Ghanaian Spelling Bee champion subtleties her procedure
12 February 2021 12:17pm
Eleven-year-old Naa Koshie Manyo-Plange who has won the most recent Ghana Spelling Bee says she read a ton of books to widen her jargon.
Ms Koshie reveals to BBC Focus on Africa her folks supported her and she watched the film Akeelah and the Bee to gain from the featuring.
"We had preparing and we were given a specific gathering of words to examine, so we needed to consider them and accompany around 100 words from that gathering," she says.
The public finals were held a weekend ago with 60 contenders all expecting to win the pined for prize and monetary reward of around $1,700 (£1,200).
"I think its critical to participate in something like the Spelling Bee – since, in such a case that you lose it encourages you to be a decent failure and when you win it causes you not boast, and assembles flexibility since it makes you need to return for additional," she says.
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