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A: I'm very hungry.
B: Let's go to the restaurant then.

(In this sentence, what is the use of 'the' before 'restaurant'? Does it refer to the specific restaurant or is 'the' used in generic usage?)

  • English -

    If "the" is used, it is more specific. If "a" is used, then it is more generic.

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