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I'm in a spelling bee! Tell meany study tips within an hourofmy post!

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    me any* I had a mess up in my typing!

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    Write each of the words you have to study at least 5 times. Say the words and the letters as you write them. When you've done that, ask someone to quiz you on the words. Study and write the words you've missed, noticing what you find difficult about them.

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    Thank you for that great tip, Ms.Sue!

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    You're welcome -- and good luck in your spelling bee. :-)

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    Thanks!

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