MEP and SEP have given me many new opportunities and experiences, the multi-skill competition included. It is a competition that consists of using English language skills. Which includes listening, reading, writing, and speaking. After the first time I competed in Multi-skill, I didn’t think I would get a chance to participate again.
It was challenging and exciting but also stressful and nerve-racking because of the little time to prepare. But luckily, the activities and assignments in SEP over the years have given me the practice and confidence I needed without even realizing it, which I am grateful for.
During the competition, I got to meet a lot of friendly and talented competitors. They motivated me to do my best in each section of the competition. Even after the competition, I am inspired to give my all in everything that I do in the future, and even if I fail, I will use it as a lesson for next time.
I’ve earned a spot in the national singing contest. I’m overjoyed. I have qualified for the national singing competition. I am very happy. On the final day, there were many people, and they were very talented. Everyone has a very good English accent. From elementary school to middle school, everyone has the same abilities. When I got to sing on stage I’m so excited. But I calmed down and thought I was telling a story through a song. And remember when I was rehearsing and trying to do my best when I finished singing I heard loud applause. I’m proud that I tried my best. At that time, I did not think much about winning for I had a good experience and I am very happy to compete this time.
(Our Warmest Congratulations to both of you from your MEP-SEP Family!)