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Hello everybody, I'm Dave from X3English Recently, we've received many questions about our courses such as “I've already purchased both Eng Breaking and Ulti Pronun courses but I'm very confused about how to study them effectively ” or “Which one should I study first, Eng Breaking, or Ulti Pronun? ” So in this video I will introduce to you 3 learning methods along with detailed steps to combine and make the best of both courses Let's get started! The first method I recommend for people unable to command basic English, is that you should study Eng Breaking first, and leave the Ulti Pronun for later

With Eng Breaking, you will study real-life conversations This course is specifically designed to peak your interest in English via colorful texts, entertaining topics, and a detailed learner's guide However, this method has a drawback Of course you can communicate with native speakers right after learning English Breaking But what Eng Breaking provides is the practice, not the technique

It helps you interact with native speakers in the most natural and comfortable way When it comes to correct pronunciation of complex words, You would need to return to the fundamentals to get it right You might find that you've been pronouncing some words wrong, even made a habit of it, and you have to re-learn it The second method, is if you already have the needed basic knowledge of English If so, I suggest that you start with the Ulti Pronun course Because correct pronunciation

is one of the most important factors to communicate fluently If you study the Ulti Pronun course first, You can practice the IPA sound methodically and accurately This can help you improve your listening skills, as well as differentiate the seemingly similar sounds from native speakers After this You'll find Eng Breaking

's deep listening section much easier to go through and quickly finish the catching-up part Additionally, the Ulti Pronun course's checklist has simpler steps than the Eng Breaking course

Which means you can follow an easy-to-difficult schedule, So that you need to adapt adapt to the learning process But there's also a third option, which I think is the most effective way to study: Why don't we combine both the Eng Breaking course and Ulti course at the same time? For people with an elementary level You can study 1 or 2 lessons of Eng Breaking to get familiar with the pronunciation and intonation of native speakers Test the waters first, then you can start learning both courses at the same time If you are at an intermediate level, you can learn Eng Breaking and Ulti Pronun simultaneously from the start Now a brief explanation of this method: when you learn Eng Breaking, you will come across a word that has the same pronunciation as the Ulti Pronun textbook Then you can start applying the technique introduced by Ulti Pronun to practice with the conversations in Eng Breaking

I will give you the specific instructions now In the first lesson of Ulti Pronun we will learn about the / i: / sound There are two sounds that are similar They are / i: / and / ɪ / When you learn Eng Breaking, you can easily mistake these 2 sounds For example in lesson 1, they are: this, is, meet, mean

So how can we know if one word is / i: / or / ɪ /? When you study at the same time, with help from Ulti Pronun, You will understand how to pronounce each sound correctly It will help you differentiate these 2 sounds We will use hands to reproduce how to pronounce these words With the / i: / sound, put your tongue higher: / i: / And with the / ɪ / sound, lower your tongue a bit: / ɪ / And now in lesson 1 of Eng Breaking

, the words that have / i: / sound are meet and mean The words that have / ɪ / sound are this and is To differentiate the sounds between Deep Listening and Catching Up, we will practice the / i: / sound by what we call a 3-stage Technique and a Sharpening Technique

Now, you find words that have / i: / sound in lesson 1 of Eng Breaking: meet mean First, you practice this word using the 3-stage technique Step 1, we will hold the / i: / sound for 3 seconds: Meet Mean Step 2, we are going to hold this sound for 1 second: Meet Mean And finally, we will say the words normally: Meet mean So now, we will repeat the step but applying them in sentences Don't forget to do the 3 different parts First is holding for 3 seconds Nice to meet you, Peter Nice to meet you too, Felice It means "happy" in Latin Now we hold them for 1 second Nice to meet you, Peter Nice to meet you too, Felice It means "happy" in Latin Let's say those sentences again but normally Are you ready? OK, got it Nice to meet you, Peter Nice to meet you too, Felice It means "happy" in Latin After practicing the 3-stage Technique, let's move on to the Sharpening Technique with these two words

In this step, you will practice them the same way you did the 3-stage Technique but adding intonation to the sound Again, we will practice the words in 3 parts Now holding the sound for three seconds but adding a rising intonation meet mean Now with falling intonation Meet mean Now we hold the sound for one second but adding a rising intonation meet mean And now, falling intonation meet mean We're saying these 2 words again but normally Remember to practice them with pitch meet mean meet mean Alright, after mastering each single word, we can try them in sentences First, hold the sound for 3 seconds, adding the pitch Nice to meet you, Peter Nice to meet you too, Felice FELICE

It means "happy" in Latin Now, 1 second with pitch Nice to meet you, Peter Nice to meet you too, Felice FELICE It means "happy" in Latin Now with falling intonation Nice to meet you, Peter Nice to meet you too, Felice FELICE It means "happy" in Latin Let's say the sound normally here we go Nice to meet you, Peter Nice to meet you too, Felice FELICE It means "happy" in Latin Now with falling intonation Nice to meet you, Peter Nice to meet you too, Felice FELICE It means "happy" in Latin Please note that the difference between intonations depends on which type of conversation you're having

For example, falling intonation might be better in a businesses environment, when you would say "Nice to meet you" However if you're meeting a friend of a friend, a rising intonation would be much friendlier "Nice to meet you" So now you can try practicing these technique with the "i" sound in words like "this" or "is" So hopefully after this video, you know how to combine the Ulti Pronun and the Eng Breaking course It will save you both time and effort this way

I'm pretty sure your speaking and pronouncing skills would improve a lot after this These are effective and useful English learning methods that we have suggested I hope that after this video, you have a clear answer to the question "Which method is the best for practicing both Eng Breaking and Ulti Pronun course?" So which way will you choose to study? Please leave a comment below to let us know Don't forget to subscribe to our Youtube channel and click on the bell button to catch up on all the newest videos from X3English Goodbye and see you next time

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