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ilovelangSaturday 26th of March 2005 04:23:21 AM
Could someone translate this for me? if possible - Could someone translate this for me? please

Get up!
Old
Fat
Easy
Simple
Elegant
Lazy
Dangerous
Ghost
Tall
Ugly
Beautiful
Small
Long
Tired
Thin
Difficult
Shy
Strong
Little
Crazy

Who
How
Where
What
Which
What kind

To Use
To Answer
To Work
To Wake up
To Link
To Rest
To Eat
To Find
To Think
To Go
To Have
To Buy
To Fight
To Make
To Want
To Clean
To See
To Be
To Speak
To Sing
To Wear
To Kill
To Practise
To Cry
To Say
To Hate
To Become
To need
To help
To meet
To know
To Sleep
To like
To love
To hit
To say
To see
To watch
To Write
To read
To jump
To listen

Someone
Somebody
anybody
anyone
Always
With
But
Against

I will
You will
He/she/it Will
We Will
They will


How are you?
I am fine
I am not good
I am not so good
What is your name?
My name is...
How tall are you?
I am 175cm
Where do you live?
I live in...
How old are you?
I am 25 years old
Would you like to do now?
With me, With you
Languages is my goal
I dont know
Isnt it?

Car
Bicycle
Airplane
Helicopter
Motocycle
Ship
Office
House
School
Again
Other
Another
Broken
Take care
So so
Fast
Slow
So

Gummi1984Wednesday 30th of March 2005 09:25:44 AM
Bon apptit! - I hope this answer is clear enough but I was trying to finish quickly so if there is any confusion just ask me and I'll try to reword the Phrases. I wanted to show the genders too in words that have genders.

The order of how I show the three genders of words in Icelandic is: Masculine/Feminine/Neuter

The masculine version of the words are the root words. Obviously, you use the feminine gender of words for describing women and the masculine gender for describing men (example: fallegur maur, falleg kona [beautyful man, beautyful woman]) but for moste other words this isn't that obvious (Example: fallegur hundur, falleg bk, fallegt barn, falleg setning [beautyful dog, beautyful book, beautyful baby, beautyful sentence]). So you have to work on memorizing the gender of the words until you get enough confidence to be able to know the gender of a word that you have never seen before just by looking at it. I'll give more explanations in a seperate topic.

Get up! = Upp me ig! (literally), fram! (like saying Go!)
Old = Gamall / Gmul / Gamalt
Fat = Feitur / Feit / Feitt
Easy = Auveldur / Auveld / Auvelt
Simple = Einfaldur / Einfld / Einfalt
Elegant = Glsilegur / Glsileg / Glsilegt, Fgaur / Fgu / Fga
Lazy = Latur / Lt / Latt
Dangerous = Httulegur / Httuleg / Httulegt
Ghost = Draugur
Tall = Hvaxinn / Hvaxin / Hvaxi
Ugly = Ljtur / Ljt / Ljtt
Beautiful = Fallegur / Falleg / Fallegt
Small = Ltill / Ltil / Lti
Long = Langur / Lng / Langt
Tired = reyttur / reytt / reytt
Thin = unnur / unn / unnt
Difficult = Erfiur / Erfi / Erfitt
Shy = Feiminn / Feimin / Feimi
Strong = Sterkur / Sterk / Sterkt
Little = Ltill / Ltil / Lti
Crazy = Brjlaur / Brjlu / Brjla
Who? = Hver?
Who / That / Which / Whose = Sem
How = Hvernig
Where = Hvar
What = Hva
Which = Hver/Hvor/Hvaa/Sem/Er (depends of the sentence, I'll maybe explane later)
What kind = Hvers konar

To Use = A nota
To Answer = A svara
To Work = A vinna
To Wake up = A vakna
To Link = A linka (internet), A tengja (to connect)
To Rest = A hvlast, A hvla sig
To Eat = A bora (people), A ta (animals)
To Find = A finna
To Think = A hugsa
To Go = A fara
To Have = A hafa
To Buy = A kaupa (buy, purchase), A versla (to be shopping)
To Fight = A berjast
To Make = A gera
To Want = A vilja
To Clean = A hreinsa, A rfa
To See = A sj
To Be = A vera
To Speak = A tala
To Sing = A syngja
To Wear = A klast
To Kill = A drepa, A myra (like saying: To murder)
To Practise = A fa, A stunda, A ika
To Cry = A grta, A vla (like saying: To whine)
To Say = A segja
To Hate = A hata
To Become = A vera
To need = A vanta, A urfa
To help = A hjlpa
To meet = A hitta
To know = A vita
To sleep = A sofa
To like = A lka
To love = A elska
To hit = A hitta (To hit something = A hitta eitthva)
To say = A segja
To see = A sj
To watch = A horfa , A fylgjast me
To Write = A skrifa
To read = A lesa
To jump = A hoppa, A stkkva
To listen = A hlusta

Someone = Einhver
Somebody = Einhver
Anybody = Hver sem er, Allir (everyone)
Anyone = Hver sem er, Allir (everyone)
Always = Alltaf
With = Me, Vi (next to), Hj (beside)
But = En
Against = mti, Gegn

I will = g mun
You will = munt
He/she/it Will = Hann/hn/a mun
We Will = Vi munum
They will = eir munu


How are you? = Hva segiru?, Hva segir ? (Literally: Hva segiru? = What do you say?)
I am fine = Allt gott (Literally: Allt gott = All good, All fine)
I am not good = Allt slmt (Literally: Allt slmt = All bad)
I am not so good = Allt frekar slmt (Literally: Allt frekar slmt = All rather bad)
What is your name? = Hva heitiru?, Hva heitir ?
My name is... = g heiti...
How tall are you? = Hversu hvaxinn ertu?/ert ? (to a male)
How tall are you? = Hversu hvaxin ertu?/ert ? (to a female)
I am 175cm = g er 175 sm.
Where do you live? = Hvar bru?/br ?, Hvar ttu/tt heima?
I live in... g b ..., g heima ...
How old are you? = Hva ertu/ert gamall(male)/gmul(female)?
I am 25 years old = g er 25 ra, g er 25 ra gamall/gmul
Would you like to do now? = Viltu/Vilt gera nna?
With me, With you = Me mr, Me r
Languages is my goal = Tunguml eru mitt markmi(saying the sentence in plural, in singular: Tunguml er mitt markmi)
Language = Tunguml, Ml
I dont know = g veit ekki
Isnt it? = Er a ekki?

Car = Bll
Bicycle = Reihjl, Hjl (like saying bike)
Airplane = Flugvl
Helicopter = yrla
Motorcycle = Mtorhjl
Ship = Skip
Office = Skrifstofa
House = Hs
School = Skli
Again = Aftur
Other = Annar / nnur / Anna, Hinn / Hin / Hitt (Memo: masculine/feminine/neuter)
Another = Annar / nnur / Anna
Broken = Brotinn / Brotin / Broti
Take care = Hugsa um, Sj um
Take care = Sjumst (in the meaning: See you, Have a nice day etc.)
So so = Milungsgur / Milungsg / Milungsgott (adjective > meaning: Medium good, Average good etc.)
So so = Smilega (adverb > meaning: all right, fairly, so-so, fair to middling)
Fast = Hratt (speed), Fast (tight)
Slow = Hgt
So = Svo