host a party
hold a party
have a party
throw a party
Question： what is the difference among these words?
It is a plus to explain in English. (For example: formal or informal)
"to hold a party" means to organize or be responsible for a party.
(for company and individual use)
"to throw a party" means to give or arrange a party. It is an .
"to host a party" means one person or two people to host a party. It is formal expression.
"to throw a party" means to give or arrange a party. It is an informal expression.
The only thing that I do not know is "to have a party"
and is there any other way to express?
I do not need the translation. It has nothing to do with Chinese.
- 1 decade agoFavorite Answer
there really isn't much difference between the different usages. it's more of a personal preference.
"host" a party usually refers to a more formal party
"hold/have" a party can be either formal or informal
"throw" a party is usually informal, with the party expected to be more exciting.
- JAMESLv 61 decade ago
host a party 這個應該說的是比較大型 正式的有司儀 有人會發表演說 甚至穿著也會有規定 也可能有某些目的(募款 商業) host party 主持 主辦一個派對
hold a party 舉行一個派對
have a party 有 辦 開了一個派對
throw a party 字典上寫的這是口語用的
2~4應該是指普通少人數 非正式的派對 以娛樂效果為主吧
- 1 decade ago
Does anyone know?