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Philip Seifi
Works at EduLift
Attends Harvard University
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Simple, three-step process to successful habit forming for language self-learners.
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Effective language learning is not down to talent! Develop these simple habits to make your learning effortless.
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So you’ve started learning Japanese, and read through all the clever blog posts about how one can learn the language without ever actually, you know, studying, by listening to Japanese music—around the house, in the car, in the...
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Is there anything that sets apart the, so called, language super-learners? Yes. It's their habits.
Effective language learning is not down to talent! Develop these simple habits to make your learning effortless.
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Must-follow YouTube channels for Russian learners, including +Weekly Russian  +Easy Russian  +RU-LAND Virtual Russian Language Club, +AdamThomasMoran and more.
Spice up your Russian learning and check out these 10 best youtube channels for studying Russian.
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Master Russian now with our selection of the best language learning resources broken up by category, price and proficiency level.
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Hi guys! We're building a free, mobile English learning app for developing countries + a foreign language learning app for English speakers. Would love to hear your feedback!
Ollie Capehorn is raising funds for Fluent Panda — Forget about forgetting languages on Kickstarter! Learn with bite-sized, memorable lessons and scientifically-proven algorithms that are the perfect fit for your busy lifestyle.
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  • EduLift
    Co-Founder & CEO, 2011 - present
    EduLift combines tried and tested pedagogic methodology with innovative software, web applications and print resources in order to improve the way we learn. In late 2011, LinguaLift - http://lingualift.com/ - opened its doors to language learners around the world, with its innovative interactive textbook, advanced learning applications, and online community of like-minded learners.
  • divita
    Freelance new media developer and designer, 2001 - 2011
  • NihongoUp
    Owner and Founder, 2009 - 2011
    Online Japanese textbook and learning community
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Moscow, Russia - Askov, Denmark - Prague, Czech Republic - Osaka, Japan
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New media developer, designer and entrepreneur
Introduction
I am a Russian new media developer, designer and entrepreneur—co-founder of EduLift, a UK-based company behind a series of websites and applications for language learners.

My clients include Autodesk, IBM, KFC and other multinational companies and my Japanese educational game won the Serious Games Showcase & Challenge award.
Education
  • Harvard University
    2012 - present
  • Lycée Français de Prague
    Physics & Chemistry, 2002 - 2010
  • Private Grundschule der deutsch–tschechischen Verständigung
    1998 - 2002
  • Základní Škola Ústavní
    1998
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Philipp Timurovich Seifi, Филипп Тимурович Сейфи, セイフィ・フィリップ, Philip Seyfi
Philip Seifi's +1's are the things they like, agree with, or want to recommend.
Plus - Simple RPN Calculator – Applications Android sur Google Play
market.android.com

A very simple RPN calculator.Reverse polish notation is a way of using a calculator that, after learning it, will make your calculations fas

Fluent Panda — Forget about forgetting languages
www.kickstarter.com

Grow your panda as you learn with fun and interactive bite-sized lessons, and help the underprivileged learn English for free.

Fluent Panda — Forget about forgetting languages
www.kicktraq.com

Learn with bite-sized, memorable lessons and scientifically-proven algorithms that are the perfect fit for your busy lifestyle.

Customer story: Learning Chinese helped Ming connect with his love and f...
blog.lingualift.com

This is the story of Ming Teo from Australia, learning Mandarin Chinese At first, I mostly started to learn Chinese because a friend suggest

Why travellers should study minority languages
blog.lingualift.com

I was stuck in the desert at midnight. Kilometers away from any civilized settlement, surrounded by sand, and with 10 armed policemen at the

Stop hoarding language learning resources and start studying
blog.lingualift.com

There is a dizzying array of tools to help you learn a language. This is wonderful but it can also be a pitfall. With so many texts, card se

Tips on raising a bilingual child
blog.lingualift.com

Article by Greg Scott This is a topic that's a real and personal concern to me because I'm raising two little ones in Japan and as hard as I

Sing your way to fluency: Learning languages through music
blog.lingualift.com

I can't tell you how many of my Japanese friends learned English through song lyrics. Karaoke isn't just fun but can be serious study as wel

Rus4me
rus4.me

Advanced Russian lessons for mastering listening skills, pronunciation, and vocabulary. Explanations of Russian idioms and common Russian ph

5 must-read Russian authors you probably haven’t heard of (and can read ...
russian.lingualift.com

There are countless must-read Russian writers to discover that are available in English translation, this post introduces 5 authors you shou

Float: Japanese number learning game
japanese.lingualift.com

It’s been a year since we launched our second language learning game, Japanese Blocks teaching synonyms, and we’re thrilled to announce the

Shukatsu: The nightmare of job hunting in Japan
japanese.lingualift.com

College is a blast for Japanese kids. After all of the time spent studying for entrance exams, they get to cut loose, party, hang out with f

Soviet textiles: Bringing the revolution to your tablecloth
russian.lingualift.com

Taking propaganda to a whole new level, the Soviet State used textiles to literally weave the state into the fabric of Russian life.

Owl cafes are quite a hoot
japanese.lingualift.com

If you want to experience something out of the ordinary, give owl cafes in Japan a try. Enjoy a cup of coffee or a light meal while an owl h

Interview: Scott Gold (January in Japan)
japanese.lingualift.com

The beautiful, almost meditative video ‘January in Japan’ created quite a lot of buzz when it received the well deserved Staff Pick badge at

Commuting canines: Moscow’s smart street dogs
russian.lingualift.com

There are dogs in Moscow who know the subway system better than a human commuter.

Mandarin Chinese LinguaLift coming soon! Get 75% off now
lingualift.com

Over one billion people speak Mandarin. Learning Chinese will open doors you never thought possible. It’s a beautiful language, and one that

Gannibal: Peter the Great’s Negro
russian.lingualift.com

The father of Russian Literature, Alexander Pushkin, traces his lineage back to an African hostage who later went to to be one of Peter the

Peter the Great’s Negro
russian.lingualift.com

The father of Russian Literature, Alexander Pushkin, traces his lineage back to an African hostage who later went to to be one of Peter the

How to use Japanese emphatic particles
japanese.lingualift.com

Emphatic particles are tacked on the end of sentences in Japanese to express nuances and social aspects of communication.

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