By Helga Hilmisdottir, Jacek Kozlowski
This identify incorporates a e-book and a couple of CDs. A small volcanic island simply south of the Arctic Circle, lceland is a spot of fierce ordinary attractiveness and warmly hospitable humans. Glaciers and fjords punctuate the sea coast whereas geysers, waterfalls and sizzling springs dot the internal, harnessed through Icelanders to supply geothermal and hydropower power. The island itself consists basically of basalt, or cooled lava. Icelandic keeps historic features that at the present time were misplaced through so much Western ecu languages. A North Germanic language on the topic of Faroese, it really is grammatically similar to Latin or historical Greek, yet is such a lot heavily associated with previous Norse. Written Icelandic has replaced little or no because the thirteenth century. Icelanders take the renovation in their language very heavily, and are immensely pleased with the truth that the 800-year previous sagas can nonetheless be learn this day. "Beginner's Icelandic" includes 14 classes established to aid the coed tourist achieve ease and familiarity with this noble language. The dialogues persist with numerous useful occasions comparable to purchasing, transportation, discussing the elements, consuming in eating places, and renting a motor vehicle or a room, whereas construction at the grammar, vocabulary and words realized in earlier routines. The audio CDs stick to the dialogues at the web page, in order that the coed advantages from seeing the script whereas at the same time listening to the pronunciation. A thesaurus of phrases and colloquialisms rounds out this amazing creation to a special language.
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M. ordinary, normal viðtal n. neu. interview þegar conj. or adv. when þeirra pron. ) they Names of countries Island Iceland Bandarikin United States Danmörk Denmark England England Frakkland France Færeyjar Faroe Islands Grænland Greenland Kanada Canada Finnland Finland Noregur Norway Rússland Russia Svíþjóð Sweden Þýskaland Germany Lesson Four Ég bý ... á íslandi. í Bandarikjunum. í Danmörku. á Englandi. í Frakklandi. í Færeyjum. á Grænlandi. í Kanada. í Finnlandi. í Noregi. í Rússlandi. í Sviþjóð.
Já, þetta er mjög gott. Þetta er lika alveg rosalega gott brauð. Já, ég fór í bakarí í morgun. Það er alveg nýtt. Jeremy: En hvað er þetta? Hrafnhildur: Þetta er skyr. Jeremy: Hvað er skyr? Hrafnhildur: Skyr er líka séríslenskur réttur. Það er kannski svipað ogjógúrt. Gunnar: Já, þú verður að smakka skyr. Það er líka mjög gott. Jeremy: Mmm. Já, þetta er bara ágætt. Hrafnhildur: Jeremy: Gunnar: Jeremy: Fáðu þér meira! Nei takk. Ég er orðinn saddur. En viltu ekki smá ábót á kaffið? Jú takk. Kannski tíu dropa.
Regular verb: ad tala (to talk, to speak) The verb ad tala to talk, to speak is a regular verb: að tal-a (to talk, to speak) Person 1 st 3rd m. f. neu. Singular eg þú hann tal-a tal-ar hun tal-ar það Plural I speak you speak he she speaks it við þið þeir þær þau tÖl-UIH tal-id we speak you speak tal-a they speak Notice that the a sound shifts to an ö in the first person plural (við töhim). This shift takes place because of the u sound in the inflectional ending. Eg tala of mikið. Þú talar alltof mikið!