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    welldone Guest

    Default Difference between "hoopla" and "party"

    Dear teachers here,

    Is "hoopla" an extreme exciting party or something?
    I am not quite sure where to use this word.

    thanks :D

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    welldone Guest

    Default Re: Difference between "hoopla" and "party&qu

    Quote Originally Posted by welldone
    Dear teachers here,

    Is "hoopla" an extreme exciting party or something?
    I am not quite sure where to use this word.

    thanks :D
    More specifically, like what's the difference of a "birthday hoopla" and a "birthday party"?

    thanks

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    Natalie27 Guest

    Default Re: Difference between "hoopla" and "party&am

    Quote Originally Posted by welldone
    Quote Originally Posted by welldone
    Dear teachers here,

    Is "hoopla" an extreme exciting party or something?
    I am not quite sure where to use this word.

    thanks :D
    More specifically, like what's the difference of a "birthday hoopla" and a "birthday party"?

    thanks
    I think the word hoopla brings in an element of something sensational, very festive and done with a lot of commotion, exaggeration or even publicity.

    common synonyms:

    ballyhoo, hype.

    so the way I see it, a birthday hoopla is a birthday with a real kick to it.


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    welldone Guest

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    thanks a lot! :D

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