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By Hildur Jonsdottir

It's effortless to coach your self Icelandic!

Complete Icelandic: A train your self Guide will give you a transparent and complete method of Icelandic, so that you can growth speedy from the fundamentals to realizing, talking, and writing Icelandic with self belief.

Within all of the 24 thematic chapters, very important language constructions are brought via life-like dialogues. you are going to research grammar in a gentle demeanour so that you will not be beaten via this tough topic. routines accompany the texts and strengthen studying in listening, talking, analyzing, and writing. This application additionally positive factors present cultural details packing containers that mirror contemporary alterations in society.


  • One and five-minute introductions to key rules to get you all started
  • Lots of immediate support with universal difficulties and fast assistance for achievement, in line with the author's decades of expertise
  • Tests within the e-book and on-line to maintain tune of your development
  • Extra on-line articles at to provide you a richer realizing of the fundamentals of the language
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    Góðan daginn / Góðan dag is used in the morning as well. Goodbyes CD1, TR 2, 00:01:47 QUICK VOCAB bless goodbye við sjáumst see you (lit. we will see each other) sjáumst see you bæ! bæ, bæ! bye blessaður / blessuð (to a woman) goodbye vertu blessaður / vertu blessuð (to a woman) bye (lit. be blessed) vertu sæll / vertu sæl (to a woman) bye (lit. be happy) Language notes • Bless is used by both older and younger people. Bæ is used more by younger people. • The goodbyes vertu blessaður and vertu sæll are used by older people.

    How about your foreign friends – can you say where they come from? Practice 1 You go into a small corner shop to buy a few things. The shop assistant greets you and asks you some questions: CD1, TR 2, 05:29 Shop assistant Góðan daginn! ) Shop assistant Hvaðan ertu? ) Shop assistant Hvað heitirðu? ’) Shop assistant Ég heiti Eiríkur. 2 You are called Jon and your friend is Markus. You are from Sweden. You start talking to a woman on the bus and she asks you the following questions. Answer in Icelandic.

    Inga (turning to Christof) Ert þú líka frá Hollandi? Christof Nei, ég er frá Þýskalandi. QUICK VOCAB hvaðan where from ertu (ert (from vera) + þú) are you er (from vera) am frá from Hollandi (from Holland) Holland líka also nei no Þýskalandi (from Þýskaland) Germany Björn’s father Kári comes home and Björn introduces Christof and Anna to him. Björn Þetta eru Christof og Anna. Kári Velkomin til Íslands! Christof og Anna Takk! Kári Eruð þið frá Þýskalandi? Christof Já, ég er frá Þýskalandi en Anna er frá Hollandi.

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