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Colloquial Icelandic: The Complete Course for Beginners by Daisy L. Neijmann

By Daisy L. Neijmann

Colloquial Icelandic is effortless to exploit and entirely as much as date!

Specially written by means of skilled academics for self-study or classification use, the path deals a step by step method of written and spoken Icelandic. No earlier wisdom of the language is required.

What makes Colloquial Icelandic your best option in own language learning?

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* transparent – concise grammar notes
* sensible – helpful vocabulary and pronunciation guide
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By the top of this profitable path, it is possible for you to to speak optimistically and successfully in Icelandic in a large diversity of daily situations.

These CDs are a useful portion of the Colloquial Icelandic path. Recorded by way of local Icelandic audio system it enhances the publication and may assist you advance your pronunciation and listening skills.

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Earlier we saw that the verb used to indicate someone’s name is heita, ‘to be called’. Its forms in the singular are as follows: Ég heiti Þú heitir Hún/hann heitir To ask for someone’s full name, one uses: Hvað heitir þú fullu nafni? e. patronymic), one asks: Hvers son/dóttir (ert þú)? Whose son/daughter (are you)? Exercise 8 The illustration on p. 27 contains a fragment from an Icelandic telephone book. Since Icelanders do not have surnames proper, listings are on a first name basis (as is everything else, even in the most formal of circumstances).

Writer, novelist forseti, m. president (forsætis-)ráðherra, m. (Prime) Minister þjónn, m. þjónustustúlka, f. waiter, waitress (from þjónusta, f. ‘service’) Exercise 7 Can you guess what the following occupations might be? flugstjóri, skipstjóri, fiskifræðingur, bókari, bílasali, læknaritari, píanóleikari, rútubílstjóri Negation In Icelandic, the word ekki, ‘not’, is used to make a sentence negative. It is usually combined with initial nei, ‘no’, in negative answers: Ertu kennari? Nei, ég er ekki kennari In most cases, ekki comes directly after the first verb in affirmative sentences.

4 Er hægt að skoða Sjóminjasafnið a veturna? 5 Er Sívertsen-hús opið á sumrin?

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