... book your flight / ... book your flight for you

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usingenglish

Senior Member
Spain,spanish
Hello.


What is the difference in meaning between these sentences?

a) We can not only book your flight, but also advise you about hotels.

b) We can not only book your flight for you, but also advise you about hotels.

Thanks.
 
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    Senior Member
    American English
    A) Short and to the point. B) The copywriter is trying to make the service seem more personal by putting "you" in it, despite the fact that it's a tiny bit awkward with "your" just two words in front of it. They both mean the same thing.
     
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