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  1. Stefan87
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    #1

    Do we need an article here?

    He likes/eats/is eating a kit-kat/a snickers.
    He likes/eats/is eating kit/kat/snickers.

    He likes/eats/is eating a kit-kat/a snickers chocolate.
    He likes/eats/is eating kit-kat/snickers chocolate.

  2. Casiopea's Avatar

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    Re: Do we need an article here?

    Both are fine. They house different meanings, though:

    [1] a kit-kat/a snickers (chocolate) <a noun representing a thing you eat>
    [2] kit-kat/snickers (chocolate) <a noun representing a brand name>

    All the best.

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