Reading a lot will help your spelling, and your verbal skills overall.
However, if you're serious about winning, try this website:
http://www.eSpindle.org. It is managed by a non-profit and they have a free trial.
I used it and it really helped.
This site also puts on a word championship, the Word Cup. It's a new event.
Also, the people who stage the National Spelling Bee have useful tips on their website, www.spellingbee.com
You Eat a good/healthy breakfast, stay calm all times, and encourage yourself. (Also tell your self your going to win!) :) Good Luck :)
Read a dictionary. If you know some of the words revise them. Ask anyone to do a spelling test to warm up your brain just before the competition. Hope this helps!!
Different people have different ways of studying for a spelling bee. The most common way is to have a list of words that they will use in the bee, provided by the spelling bee beforehand, and to look over them. A way I used to study was with someone else. They would pronounce the word and give me a definition and the other information, such as language of origin and type of speech. Then I would spell it out, or write it down and spell it out. Then, my helper would tell me if I spelled it correctly, if not, they would tell me how to correctly spell it. Others have studied the roots of the words, and this is probably more useful and accurate, but I'm not sure how to do this. Another advice: Ok I am in the district spelling bee and it is just a week far! I did not memorize all the words yet, I only memorized like forty so far but this is the way I do: I copy all the words down and looked for the how to pronounce that word and the definition, then I would memorize them. It's kind of a stupid way but it helps a little. PS I am so nervous for the spelling bee I didnt even memorize the first page!!!! :(
Spelling is improved with practice ! The more you practice spelling words, the more your brain remembers the correct way to spell. Simple exercises like a list of 10 words to memorise each day will vastly improve a persons vocabulary and spelling.
Getting a bee stinger out is not easy. The best way to get out a bee stinger would be with a pair of tweezers.
a pair of tweezers
Well I'm sorry to say, that there is no exact way on how to win a Spelling Bee, BUT if you keep on practicing, studying your spelling before going to bed, before you leave for school or when you have time YOU might get a chance to win, or even come in Second or Third place.Hope this helped, and Good Luck! (:
The best way to improve your time is just to practice. You can find lists of words online to practice with!
Bee stingers are small and can be hard to get out of a person body. The best way to get a bee stinger out would be with a pair of tweezers.
Boo Radley winning that medal indicates that he's not quite that insane because he was smart enough to win a spelling bee medal. It's the author's way of showing us that the rumours and the legends arent quite true
You can practice the Heimlich Maneuver on a dummy. That would be thebest way to practice.
practice practice and practice some more!!!
Two days isn't a whole lot of time, but some of these tips may help you: Practice! get ahold of lists of words used in previous Scripps spelling bees, and memorize as many as you can. Practice being in the competition, as well - have your friends and family quiz you on difficult words. As you're thinking or talking, imagine spelling the words as you go. Goes a long way towards building confidence. Try not to "cram" too much though - studies have shown that cramming for a test/competition can lead to elevated stress levels (and you want to be cool as a cucumber when you crush your competition!)
Scrape the bee sting off with a credit card or a drivers license. If that doesn't do try pulling it out . Find more out onwww.eHow.com and type in " what is the best method for removing bee stings?"
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The best way is to find someone to teach you and then to practice what you have learned.
The best way to set up bee hives is to level a patch of ground in your backyard, raise the hive boxes on cinder blocks, buy beekeeping materials and put the bees in the hives.
The way I did is I didn't sign up, instead my teacher handed sheets out to all the best spellers *Including me* and we had to write down the words. The top two spellers got to go to the practice round in the hall, and then the two people who won got to go to the first round! I was one of them, but I'm not saying what it was like unless this is a different question.
Have someone read a newspaper or magazine article to you, and try to spell all of the long or difficult words. Write down the ones that you get wrong, then write them again a few times, a few hours apart. This will hopefully ingrain the correct spelling of the words.
Technically, there's no answer to this. Some girls are smarter than boys in math than in spelling, while it can be the other way around for others. no answer is right,, but if you have to choose,, like i do for hw, it's spelling
JESSE!!! :) the best way possible to spell it!!
No, different spelling. Latin for bee is apis, the road is Via Appia. The Appian Way was built in 312 BC by the Roman censor Appius Claudius Caecus.
The best way to practice is to actually speak with someone. Have a meaningful conversation with as many people as you can everyday. People are the greatest resource you have when learning another language.
it depends which one you using the fist way is "bee" the second way is "be"