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|Ghoti||Wednesday 25th of February 2004 08:12:29 PM|
|The definitive Iceland topic! - That's about all I have to say. What's the best way to begin learning Icelandic? My dad says I'm quick with language, but I haven't had a chance to really find out yet. ...help?|
|Pyros_amante||Friday 27th of February 2004 11:47:57 AM|
|? - i am also trying to learn icelandic. i know i am learning alot but so far i have italian and spanish downpact. but sorry i don't know where to learn it.|
|TheFlair||Tuesday 02nd of March 2004 06:26:59 PM|
| - I'd like to learn too. So far I can only do english and some spanish. I've seen a few icelandic lessons online, but nothing too great.|
|abec||Thursday 22nd of April 2004 12:40:13 AM|
|Any Icelandic people out there? - I also want to learn some Icelandic. Just the fact that it stems from Old Norse and I speak Norwgian I'm very much interested :)|
|Tyra||Sunday 09th of May 2004 01:37:31 PM|
| - I would love to learn Icelandic it one of those languages that has always festinated me but I don't know any so if anyone would like to help me it would much appreciated. Thanks - Tyra|
|noperhapsyes||Monday 31st of May 2004 10:03:42 AM|
| - I also am interested in learning Icelandic, and that's why I signed up for this site, but I see no way of learning it (of course, I haven't looked much). Any help?|
|Stefan||Wednesday 02nd of June 2004 10:07:29 AM|
| - [quote]Originally posted by noperhapsyes
I also am interested in learning Icelandic, and that's why I signed up for this site, but I see no way of learning it (of course, I haven't looked much). Any help?[/quote]
First there needs to be someone that knows Icelandic as well as English sufficently well to make good Phrases. Unfortunately I havn't seen anyone with those skills around yet :( so it might take a while before that part is finished.
|quark||Tuesday 15th of June 2004 05:35:08 PM|
|Icelandic pages - Hi all!
I did try to search on google for pages from domain .is with Icelandic words. As I am from Norway I have to guess, but since the languages are somewhat related it is easier for me to guess than for people from further away.
In Google, enter:
hugleik, eki, smokk, koke, hamborgari, pylsur, and so on.
You will find pages that can help you along finding more words or even pages that can teach Icelandic.
Other searches have revealed:
I am sure there are even more!
|palli||Tuesday 17th of August 2004 07:21:11 AM|
|Teaching Icelandic - I can help you as a native speaker... :)|
|Aezar||Friday 20th of August 2004 05:41:48 AM|
|Nei, hættu nú þú hlýtur að vera að grínast - go to this site, it will teach you to a conversational level,
|SigurRos||Sunday 17th of October 2004 09:11:06 AM|
it's a whole course and you can listen to how they say everything. pretty neat.
|Carlous||Saturday 27th of November 2004 02:47:32 PM|
|Good book - I recently bought "teach your-self Icelandic" it is really good so far and gives you a good pace of about two lessons a day with one review lesson. Moderate prize for having Cds, I bought it for twenty-five dollars. If you decide to buy it, buy the Jonsdóttir version the other one is not very good.
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