Fred F. Jehle’s WWW Spanish Language Materials

Professor Fred F. Jehle developed these Spanish language course materials over many years for a variety of classes, but primarily for an intermediate college-level course called S210 Second-Year Spanish Composition. There are numerous components to this collection of materials:

1. Grammatical explanations, consisting of a series of approximately 36 lessons on aspects of Spanish language. I conduct my classes primarily in Spanish, but these presentations are written in English, with examples given in Spanish with English translations; many students at the intermediate level have serious problems understanding aspects of language written in a foreign language, and a few simply balk at such a prospect. These explanations are heavily weighted in favor of the most challenging aspect of Spanish for English speakers: verb forms and uses. Most of these explanations are accompanied by practice exercises, answers and assignments.

2. Other pages have been included as well, often as a result of student suggestions. Some involve tricks or mnemonic devices for remembering aspects of the language. When students offer such gems I give credit to them in the individual page; to any teachers or books from which the students might have learned

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6 Comments

  1. Hi,

    I hope you are well.

    I am emailing you from England.

    I have been using a very useful web page on your site for many years to help me with my Spanish studies.

    The page has suddenly ceased to work and I am wondering if it is still available or if there is an alternative page.

    The link is:

    http://users.ipfw.edu/JEHLE/VERBLIST.HTM

    I hope you can help me and I look forward to your reply,

    Best regards,

    P. M

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