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Thomas Moore Devlin
Thomas grew up in suburban Massachusetts, and moved to New York City for college. He studied English literature and linguistics at New York University, but spent most of his time in college working for the student paper. Because of this, he has really hard opinions about AP Style. In his spare time, he enjoys reading and getting angry about things on Twitter. He's spent a lot of time trying to learn Spanish, and has learned a little German.
Articles by Thomas
7 Instagram Accounts To Follow If You’re Learning French

7 Instagram Accounts To Follow If You’re Learning French

Are you a Francophile? Or maybe you’re more interested in what’s going on in French-Canada? We have an Instagram account for you!
The Spanish Learner’s Guide To ‘El Misterio De La Calle De Cervantes’ Episode 3

The Spanish Learner’s Guide To ‘El Misterio De La Calle De Cervantes’ Episode 3

In this episode, Carlota, Lola and Diego are awoken in the middle of the night by strange animal noises. Could this be connected to their neighbor?
How To Use The Internet For Language Learning

How To Use The Internet For Language Learning

There’s more ways to learn a language on the internet than you probably think!
The Spanish Learner’s Guide To ‘El Misterio De La Calle De Cervantes’ Episode 2

The Spanish Learner’s Guide To ‘El Misterio De La Calle De Cervantes’ Episode 2

Find out what happens to Carlota, Lola and Diego in the second episode of the podcast!
What Is An Irish Goodbye, And Why Is It Irish?

What Is An Irish Goodbye, And Why Is It Irish?

No, the Irish sadly did not invent the practice of leaving a party without saying goodbye to anyone.
How To Talk About Transportation In Swedish

How To Talk About Transportation In Swedish

Don’t get lost! Brush up on your Swedish transportation vocab before you travel.
Introducing Catherine Cusset’s ‘Life Of David Hockney’

Introducing Catherine Cusset’s ‘Life Of David Hockney’

This month, we’re reading a novelistic biography of a famed artist that is equal parts joyous and tragic.
Who’s Afraid Of A Semicolon?

Who’s Afraid Of A Semicolon?

In ‘Semicolon,’ historian Cecelia Watson dives into the odd history of the fascinating punctuation mark.
How To Talk About The Weather In Swedish

How To Talk About The Weather In Swedish

Regn, snö or hagel, you’ll want to know these weather terms to prepare for the day ahead of you in Sweden!