What would you like to have for ______ lunch?
The definite article “the” is placed before a noun that both the speaker and the listener understand.
– The indefinite article “a/an” refers to a general or unknown object; “an” comes before a vowel.
– Do not use articles with uncountable nouns or plural nouns in a general sense, not in particular cases.
Before nouns indicating meals (breakfast/lunch/dinner) do not use articles.
Translated: What do you want to eat for lunch today?