Can you help me with English plz?
I bought the TIME magazine.
I read the expression "bags with a mission for a woman on a mission" on the back.
Why "mission" is repeated twice in this case? What does "mission" mean in this case?
- busterwasmycatLv 79 months agoFavorite Answer
a mission is a definite purpose. This wording sounds like an advertisement, and it is basically claiming that the bags also have a mission, and that mission is to add to and somehow improve the efforts of the woman who is pursuing a mission. the bags have a purpose too, and it is to help a woman with a purpose.
A bunch of babbly-dee goop, really. Sounds good but is empty of true meaning.
- Anonymous9 months ago
This is an advertising expression and therefore is meant to sound good more than follow exact grammar rules.
- 9 months ago
"Woman on a mission" is a woman who is busy and has something important to do. They just used the phrase "bags on a mission" to convey the idea that the bags are hard wearing and functional.