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Post time 2016-9-11 00:40:49 |Display all floors

I am going to host a party in English next week. I would like to know if it is ok to say:
1. " I am MC of today's party" or " I am the host of today's party".
2. When the party is over, can I say: " Now today's party is over." or " now that's all for today's party" or simply say" The party is over now".

Thank you in advance.

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Post time 2016-9-11 06:31:53 From mobile |Display all floors
1. Say "I am your host". (MC is the person who runs a formal event, such as a wedding, and is usually hired in).

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Post time 2016-9-11 06:34:18 From mobile |Display all floors
2. Say "Sorry it is time to end the party, but thanks so much for coming". (The party is over now is a bit abrupt and may even be seen as rude). Enjoy the party!

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Post time 2016-11-7 16:37:28 |Display all floors
Excuse me, what does 'MC ' mean?

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Post time 2017-8-13 08:06:43 |Display all floors
Gina_Guo Post time: 2016-11-7 16:37
Excuse me, what does 'MC ' mean?

MC = emcee

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