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11-year-old Johor girl to represent Malaysia in English language Olympiad in Italy

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11-year-old Johor girl to represent Malaysia in English language Olympiad in Italy

Why should we learn English at a young age? Learning the English language early is essential for a child’s development

ADVERTISEMENTLearning the English language also creates many opportunities for children, such as attending exchange programs or studying abroad. Such is the case for an 11-year-old girl Isabel Lim Yu Tong, who will represent Malaysia in an English Language Olympiad in Rome, Italy. - Budding Talents - The Year Five student from SR Seri Presbyterian prepared for months to be among nine Malaysian finalists selected for the event, which takes place from 28 to 30 September. They will be battling out students from all over the world during the Olympiad. The other Malaysian contestants are: Sachein Mohananand from SK Taman Bukit Maluri, KL Leerthieka Desanan from SK Bdr Tun Hussein Onn, Selangor

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Kuala Lumpur: .After rounds of exams and months of preparations, Year Five pupil Isabel Lim Yu Tong is one of nine Malaysian finalists who will be in Rome to compete against students from all over the world from Sept 28 to 30.Subscribe to our Telegram channel for the latest stories and updates Why we should learn English at a young age? Learning the English language early is essential for a child’s development.Kota Kinabalu: Qahirah Maisarah Syahlil and Fateeha Nasleen Suhailin will represent  Sabah at the national level Bintang Kecil RTM competition.

It helps them be more successful later in life and explore new cultures. ADVERTISEMENT Learning the English language also creates many opportunities for children, such as attending exchange programs or studying abroad. I am actually looking forward to making new friends from all over the world,” said Isabel, who has always been interested in learning English since she was little. Such is the case for an 11-year-old girl Isabel Lim Yu Tong, who will represent Malaysia in an English Language Olympiad in Rome, Italy. Such is the case for an 11-year-old girl Isabel Lim Yu Tong, who will represent Malaysia in an English Language Olympiad in Rome, Italy. - Budding Talents - The Year Five student from SR Seri Presbyterian prepared for months to be among nine Malaysian finalists selected for the event, which takes place from 28 to 30 September. “I also watch TV shows. They will be battling out students from all over the world during the Olympiad.Your subscription helps to hold those in power accountable.

The other Malaysian contestants are: Sachein Mohananand from SK Taman Bukit Maluri, KL Leerthieka Desanan from SK Bdr Tun Hussein Onn, Selangor ADVERTISEMENT Isabelle Joella Thomson from SK Taman Kepong, KL Maneesha Akshynie Selvam from SMK Sultan Badlishah, Kedah Nuralesha Afreen Muhamad Sharkawi from SMK Puchong Permai Tengku Aaliya Qistina Tengku Afrizal from SMK Derma PerlisArwena Padme Parameswaran from Kolej Yayasan Saad, Melaka Lim Yong Le from Kolej Matrikulasi Kedah, Kedah She has always been interested in learning English since she was little. I like to observe the way the actors speak. The other Malaysian contestants are: She has always been interested in learning English since she was little. The Star quoted the talented kid saying she likes to read Harry Potter and Percy Jackson books, which is why she is good at English. ADVERTISEMENT And despite her young age, she is undaunted by the task ahead. The Olympiad is organised by the Global Hippo Association, a non-profit organisation founded in 2012 with the purpose of promoting the importance of English language knowledge and bringing together children from different countries. She also learns and observes how the actors speak in TV shows, her favourite being the American television sitcom Big Bang Theory. I am not feeling any pressure, and I am actually looking forward to making new friends from all over the world. Lim is also not shy about communicating in English with her classmates and teachers. Isabel, a pupil of Sekolah Rendah Seri Presbyterian, said she did not expect to make it this far.

She has also been taking part in various other competitions related to English speaking and art. * Follow us on Instagram and join our Telegram and/or WhatsApp channel(s) for the latest news you don't want to miss. “I am happy to go to Europe for the first time and represent Johor and Malaysia on the international stage,” she said. Lim is also not shy about communicating in English with her classmates and teachers. * Do you have access to the Daily Express e-paper and online exclusive news? Check out subscription plans available. . “I will do my best in the finals,” she added.