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1. You can also directly ask the couple what >"they like/ "would like"< (for example: to see/to read/ to eat).
2. You can also directly ask the couple what >"it likes"/"would like"<.
Gramatically, the second one is correct, because "couple" is actually a singular form; the/a couple, the/a family.
Meine Familie lädt zu Heiligabend gerne viele Freunde ein, um gemeinsam ein großes Festmahl zu genießen. = My family invites (! not invite!) a lot of friends on Christmas Eve in order to enjoy a big meal together.
It's only a slight difference. On the one hand you ask what both want (as individuals) and on the other hand you refer to them as a unity. Grammatically correct is the latter because a couple as a noun is neutrum (es=it), but we understand both because the denotation of couple implies more than one person (sie=they).
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