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1. I applied a kiwi pack on my face.
2. I applied a pack on my face to protect my face.

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Are both sentences correct? Do we have to add 'a' or remove 'a'?

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    Sentence 1 is fine.

    In sentence 2, if you remove "on my face" it'll be fine, too. The repetition is not needed.

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