Big thanks to the <host cities / host of every city>

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chicagopannan

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Mandarin
I just got home from a very formal and big event. I wrote a short post, not sure if its correct or native.

Great honor to be invited to the xxxxxxxx conference. Such a pleasure meeting you all at the event. Big thanks to the xxx organization and the host of every city (we've been to several cities during the event). Best wishes to all of you.

I really want this post to sound like a native speaker. Please help me with that!


Which one is better? they're actually some local organizations and have helped organize the local event.

1. Big thanks to the host of every city.

2. Big thanks to the host cities.

Thank you.
 
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  • Myridon

    Senior Member
    English - US
    1) The host of a city has hosted the city. The host organization in the city hosted the event. You want "the host in every city."
    2) This thanks the cities not the organizations. Big thanks to the host organizations.
     

    LaVache

    Senior Member
    English- American
    <-----Additional sentences removed.----->

    Big thanks to the xxx organization and our hosts in every city. (we've been to several cities during the event).
     
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