4 weeks / 6 hours per week
About This Course
This Spanish Language course reviews materials typically learned during the first and second year of college study. Our goal is to prepare you to pass the College Board’s CLEP examination and obtain college credit for free.
This course will help you to acquire the knowledge and skills required to comprehend written and spoken Spanish.
Most colleges that grant credit for the Spanish Language exam award either two or four semesters of credit, depending on the candidate’s test scores.
“Spanish Language” is a completely self-paced course. It has no prerequisites and it is offered entirely for free.
How is this course organized?
This course is organized into 30 grammatical points that contain short video lessons, exercises, readings and other materials.
All of the course material has been released at once so you can complete it anytime.
What do I need to pass the CLEP exam?
You will be required to demonstrate knowledge and skills in listening through oral exchanges and spoken selections, as well as in reading comprehension.
The examination contains approximately 120 questions to be answered in 90 minutes. Please examine our syllabus.
How does this course differ from other CLEP textbooks and traditional courses?
This online course includes a carefully structured series of video lectures, exercises, readings and other instructional materials.
Navigating Through Our Platform
1. Hola, ¿qué tal?
2. La Familia
3. La Rutina
4. La Niñez
5. La Salud
6. Los Consejos y Recomendaciones. El Subjuntivo
7. Las Dudas y La Certeza de la Vida
8. Conditional Clauses
9. Adjective Clauses. Lo Que Se Tiene, Lo Que Se Quiere
10. Adverb Clauses: De Paseo Por Una Ciudad
11. Ser and Estar
12. The Future and the Conditional: Cuando Sea Grande
13. Por Barco, En Avión, Por El Mundo
14. Gustos y Disgustos
15. Literature: "La Siesta del Martes" and Pronouns
16. La Voz Pasiva - The Passive Voice
17. Los Números
Isabel Allende, "El hombre de plata"
Jorge Luis Borges, "La casa de Asterión"
Julio Cortázar, "Casa tomada"
Marco Denevi, "Apocalipsis"
Carlos Fuentes, “Chac Mool”
Gabriel García Márquez, "Un día de estos"
Gregorio López Fuentes, "Una carta a Dios"
Ana Matute, "La conciencia"
Rosa Montero, "Como la vida misma"
Augusto Monterroso, "El eclipse"
Pablo Neruda, "Los versos del capitán: la tierra"
Juan Rulfo, "No oyes ladrar los perros"
Alfonsina Storni, "Peso ancestral"
Check For Understanding
Questions 1 - 22
Questions 23 - 34
Question 31 - 44
Question 45 - 62
Question 63 - 78
How Your Score Is Computed