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The Enigmatic ICELANDIC Language

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This video is all about the Icelandic language, an Insular North Germanic language (along with Faroese). It can be also be classified as a member of the Western branch of the North Germanic languages (along with Faroese and Norwegian) because it developed mainly from Western dialects of Old Norse. Icelandic is said to be the closest North Germanic language to Old Norse (meaning Old Icelandic as it appears in old literature like the Icelandic sagas). Icelandic retains much of the inflection that existed in Old Norse. Contrast that with English which has lost most of the inflection that existed in Old English - a language which was very similar to Old Norse. The fascinating result is that Icelandic feels just like a familiar but somewhat distant cousin of English. And for anyone who has studied Old English, the relation will seem much less distant. Video credits: ►Producer, writer, and host: Paul ►Video editing and visual effects: Luis Solana Ureña (Acribus Studio) ►Special thanks to Gummi (Guðmundur) Heimisson for his Icelandic audio samples, feedback and suggestions. Images licensed from istockphoto.com ►Check out The GEOfocus Channel: 🤍 ►Check out the Langfocus Highlights channel: 🤍 - Support Langfocus on Patreon: 🤍 Current Patrons include these fantastic people: AmateurTextualCriticism Andrew Doehler Auguste Fields Bennett Seacrist Bill Walderman Brian King Bruce C CFitz17 Chuck Davis Irina Bruce Italy Made Easy Jacob Madsen John Moffat Karl-Erik Wångstedt Kirk Kirkpatrick Michael Arbagi Michael Cuomo Michael J Synnott Mody Neil Sills Nobbi Lampe-Strang Paul Falstad Rosalind Resnick Ruben Sanchez Jr ShadowCrossZero Ulf Hermjakob Vincent David Walter Moore Wolfgang Egon Schroder Yuko Sunda Aaron Chow Abdullah Al-Kazaz Adam Vanderpluym Aitona Al Fung Alana Kalinowski Aleksei Alen Alex McKenzie Ali Muhammed Alshehri Alice Amittai Aviram Andrew Woods Anthony Kinread Anthony Peter Swallow Aous Mansouri Ashley Dierolf Bartosz Czarnotta Ben Benjamin Tipton Billy Billy Brent Warner Brian Begnoche Bruce Stark chris brown Chris Shifman Christian Langreiter Christopher Lowell contumaciousCulimancer Cyrus Shahrivar Darek David Eggleston David Golub David LeCount Dean Cary Debbie Diana Fulger Diane Young DickyBoa Dina Trageser divad Divadrax Don Ross Donald Tilley Doug Drew Gatewood Edward Wilson Elijah Double Emilia Bruns Eric Loewenthal Eric Nutt Fabio Martini fatimahl frederick shiels G Bot George Shi Grace Wagner Grégoire Le Corre Guillaume Brodar Gustavo Villegas Henrik Flyvbjerg Herr K Howard Clark Hugh AULT Ihor Khodzhaniiazov Ina Mwanda IUVENIS J Choi James and Amanda Soderling James Lillis JAMES ORR Jay Bernard Jaye Ferrone Jens Aksel Takle Jesús Horacio Báez Ávila Jim Browne Jim McLaughlin JL Bumgarner Johannes John E. McLaughlin John Flanagan John Gavin John Hyaduck Jonathan Hutchins Josh Rotenberg Julie Sriken Kimball Pierce Konrad Konstantin Bredyuk KW Lance Bedasie Laura Morland Lee Dedmon Leo Barudi Lincoln Hutton Lissette Talledo Louie dela Fuente Luke Jensen m Manuel Rosales Margaret Langendorf Margrét Mark Mark Bonneaux Mark Judge Mark Kemp Markzipan Martin Blackwell Merrick Bobb MH Michael Regal Mike Frysinger Mohammed A. Abahussain Mário Pegado Naama and Geoff Shang Nicholas Gentry Nick Michaels Nicolas Elsishans Nicole VanderVoort Niro Ondra Oto Kohulák Patrick smith Patriot Nurse Paul Shutler Peter Andersson Peter Nikitin Peter Scollar piero Piri JAKAB VON SZENGELICE Raymond Thomas Richard Kelly Robert Brockway Roger Smith Roland Seuhs Ronald Brady Rosemary Wyman Ryan Rubinstein S. P. Sergio Pascalin Sheila Perryman Sierra Rooney Sigbjørn Nerland Simon Blanchet SJWS SocialNationalist Srga91 . Srinidhi Srinivas Stefan Reichenberger Steven Severance Suzanne Jacobs Tara Pride Theophagous Thomas Chapel Thomas Gijsbers Tim Hopmann tomas o dathail Tony DeSantis Ty Ovendale Vinicius Marchezini Vitor Warren McKenzie William MacKenzie William O Beeman Yagub Alserkal Yeshar Hadi Yuriy Vrublevskiy Yuval Filmus Zachary Root zhangyimo Éric Martin Вайзефакнот

Ari Eldjárn on Nordic Languages | Pardon my Icelandic

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Do the Finnish even feel fear? Ari Eldjárn isn't sure. Pardon My Icelandic is now on Netflix. Subscribe: ➡️➡️🤍 About Netflix: Netflix is the world's leading streaming entertainment service with over 195 million paid memberships in over 190 countries enjoying TV series, documentaries and feature films across a wide variety of genres and languages. Members can watch as much as they want, anytime, anywhere, on any internet-connected screen. Members can play, pause and resume watching, all without adverts or commitments. Follow Netflix Nordics on ➡️TWITTER: 🤍 ➡️INSTAGRAM: 🤍 ➡️FACEBOOK: 🤍 Ari Eldjárn on Nordic Languages | Pardon my Icelandic 🤍 In this English-language special, Icelandic comedian Ari Eldjárn pokes fun at Nordic rivalries, Hollywood's take on Thor, the whims of toddlers and more.

Teaching Icelandic PART 1

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Icelandic is the WORST Language in the World!!!

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Educational video on the Icelandic language which is the worst language in the world and is thankfully dying a slow death.

Old Norse | Can Norwegian, Danish and Icelandic speakers understand it? @JacksonCrawford

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Old Norse - the Viking language | Can speakers of modern Norwegian, Danish and Icelandic understand it? Let's find out! 🤓 📝 Volunteer your language skills for the future videos → 🤍 🤓 Join the Ecolinguist DISCORD Server → 🤍 🏋️‍♀️ Support my Work: My name is Norbert Wierzbicki and I am the creator of 🤍Ecolinguist channel. ☕️Buy me a Coffee → 🤍 (I appreciate every donation no matter how big or small🤠) 📱Instagram: 🤍the.ecolinguist 📝 Contact details for the guests of the show are: 🤠💬🤓 Jackson Crawford, Old Norse and Norse mythology expert → 🤍Jackson Crawford 📱Instagram: 🤍norsebysw 📚 Jackson's Books → 🤍 🇳🇴💬🤓 Torleif Villmones, Norwegian teacher online → 🤍norwegian square 📱Instagram: 🤍torleif_villmones 📝 🤍 🇩🇰💬🤓 Michael Rasmussen, Danish teacher online → 🤍MicsLanguages 📱Instagram: 🤍micslanguages 📝 🤍 🇮🇸💬🤓 Óskar Bragi, Icelandic online teacher → 🤍Learning Icelandic With Speak Viking, 📱Instagram: 🤍speakviking 📝 🤍 Timestamps: 0:00 - Intro in Old Norse, Danish, Icelandic and Norwegian 2:16 - Intro in English 3:17 - 1. Sentence 05:45 - 2. Sentence 10:03 - 3. Sentence 17:55 - 4. Sentence 25:30 - 5. Sentence 36:07 - Commentary in English and behind the scenes 🎥Recommended videos: 🇳🇱 vs 🇬🇧 Dutch Language | Can English speakers understand it? | #1 → 🤍 🤓🇬🇧 Old English vs Modern English speakers → 🤍 🇩🇪 German vs 🇳🇱 Dutch vs 🇧🇪 Flemish → 🤍 🤓 🦂 Latin Language Spoken | Can Spanish, Portuguese, and Italian speakers understand it? → 🤍 🤗 Big hug to everyone reading my video descriptions! You rock! 🤓💪🏻 #vikings

Learn Icelandic for beginners || Easy and common phrases in Icelandic || English/Icelandic

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😊 Learn Icelandic for Beginners: Most Important Icelandic Phrases and Words Learn the numbers in Icelandic fast with our FREE app: 🤍 How to speak Icelandic? Learn Icelandic with these easy phrases. This video features the most important basic Icelandic words and phrases that teach grammar automatically. Audio in English and Icelandic ☑ Try listening to this video before going to sleep. This way the words will stick better. ☑ Try meditating with this video! It will help you learn Icelandic and relax at the same time.

Basic ICELANDIC phrases

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How to say the most basic of things in Icelandic. How to greet somebody, say thank you, say your farewells, and apologize. The bare essentials for somebody visiting who wants to score those extra points with the locals and start winning hearts and minds. Also, an easter egg of a tutorial on how to lose an airpod in the snow ;) Check out my follow-up with more phrases here: 🤍 Wanna buy me a cup of coffee? Check out my page on ko-fi: 🤍

The Hardest Karaoke Song in the World

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Iceland challenges you to sing The Hardest Karaoke Song in the World! Try to keep up with Steindi and discover the A-Ö of Iceland. Give it a go and share your attempt #singIceland. Discover more about the the A-Ö and you could win a trip to Iceland. 🤍 Song lyrics: This is the a-ö [a-z] of Iceland, so try to sing along. This is the a-ö [a-z] of Iceland, what could possibly go wrong? I start my day with coffee or kaffi [coffee] is what we say I pour a little mjólk [milk] in and feed my horse some hey [hay] I look out the window to see if there is sól [sun]. I eat my morgunmatur [breakfast] and sit down in my stól [chair]. This eyja [island] is kind of awesome no matter what you see, There’s hverir [hot springs], list [art], and jöklar [glaciers] And vinir [friends] you can meet. Skál! [cheers!] So pack your töskur [bags] Iceland has it all. From austur [East] to vestur [West] Just don’t look for elves. You don’t even exist! This is the a-ö [a-z] of Iceland, so try to sing along. This is the a-ö [a-z] of Iceland, what could possibly go wrong? Our sundlaugar [swimming pools] are cosy. Afklæðast [undress] all the way. But don’t forget sundskýla [swimming shorts] Before you go and play. You might see a torfbær [turf house] Or hike in the þjóðgarð [national park] And you must say hi to Villi Because that is my dad! Pabbi! [Dad!] And you can rent a bílaleigubíll [rental car] Enjoy the drive on hringvegurinn [the ring road] Be mindful of malarvegir [gravel roads] And don’t traðka [tread] on the moss - It grows back so slow! Like seventy years! This is the a-ö [a-z] of Iceland, so try to sing along. This is the a-ö [a-z] of Iceland, what could possibly go wrong? Since the upphaf alda [beginning of time] The sheep has been around. Vinaleg [friendly] and gracious, Every man’s best friend. We cuddle them and klappa [pat them] And then take all their ull [wool]. We wear them like the kappar [champions] And they’ve always kept us… Full! This is the a-ö [a-z] of Iceland, so try to sing along. This is the a-ö [a-z] of Iceland, what could possibly go wrong? This is the a-ö [a-z] of Ísland [Iceland] So reyndu að syngja með [try to sing along] This is the a-ö [a-z] of Ísland [Iceland] Now memorise this lag [song] You just sang the hardest karaoke song in the world, you speak Icelandic. You can even say Plokkfiskur [Icelandic mashed haddock and potatoes] You’re almost an Icelander, almost, seriously it’s a lot of paperwork. Just come and visit!

Answering questions in ICELANDIC only

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If you guys want more content from me then please go follow me on instagram 🤍hrafnhildurrafns FAQ: how old are you? 22 where are you from? Iceland what camera do you use? Canon M10 For business inquiries ONLY contact me on hrafnhildur15🤍hotmail.com or DM me on Instagram

Icelandic from Iceland - DNA Test Results

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Image Credits: Helgi Halldórsson, Young people from Iceland, CC BY-SA 2.0 Kjallakr at English Wikipedia, Icelandic mens national costume, CC BY-SA 3.0 Visit MyHeritage DNA: 🤍 #Iceland #Nordic

"Á sprengisandi" - Icelandic Folk Song

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My channel is dedicated to anthems, hymns and patriotic songs, here is the link to our discord server: 🤍

WIKITONGUES: Ljóni speaking Icelandic

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Icelandic is spoken by around 330,000 people, primarily in the Nordic island nation of Iceland, where it is the only official language. An offshoot of Old Norse, Icelandic has been a literary language since at least the 12th century CE, when the earliest known texts were written. An Indo-European language of the Germanic family, it shares close similarities with Faroese, Norwegian, English, and 45 other languages. Read more on Wikipedia: 🤍 COMMUNITY TRANSLATION into ENGLISH, by +Promethean Knight ''Good morning, today i'm going to speak icelandic and about icelandic. Icelandic is difficult and complicated and there's a lot in it that confuses icelanders and foreigners. Uhmm there are some difficults words like gills (in icelandic tálkn) that is very difficult to say. Gills, if you're not born in Iceland and raised. Oops. There is uhmm, there are words like inlet which decline (decline as in the verb for declension) a lot and are modified a lot. (0:32 to 0:43 he lists declensions and different sayings of the word fjord/inlet depending in wich context you're using the word) And then there are irregular words like mare and sheep, here is a mare, about a mare, from a mare, to a mare. Or something, who knows? Then there, there is the blessed extension manner in past tense. I came, i came, i would come. I won, i won, that i would win. I must, i had to, that i would become. (I'm sorry if none of this is making any sense, this is just how some icelandic words decline and are changed :/) Uhh what else is there that is impossible to remember, increased. That will increase, it increased, we increased, it increased or increased. You could say both. (Again remember what i said above :/) Yeah icelandic really is a cool language but very difficult, very demanding. The pronunciation is what it is. Difficult with a lot of sounds. Well, mountain. There are four r's. Uhhh Robbery, Carcass, Orri, Man, Ari. But, it's very nice to be able to speak Icelandic, it's very nice to be able to blabber in Icelandic. Icelanders are naturally very pleased to be able to create some words which don't mean anything or.. you can just say whatever you want. Nobody knows whatsoever any good icelandic that well anymore. Nah, i'm just saying. Uhmm i'm a foreigner, i do have an accent i know that, i don't speak perfect Icelandic and i am not born and raised here. I am an icelander but i am not an icelander from birth. Uhh i was an icelandic teacher for about four to five years. Tought other foreigners icelandic. Did good but i felt sorry for them afterwards for having to learn this and having me as a teacher. But i love linguistics and i put a lot of effort so that people can understand and know what's happening. Why is this in dative form and why is this in genitive form. What controls this word and often at times the answer is i don't know it just is the way it is. But yeah i just wanted to do a little promotion video about icelandic because there's missing, there's missing a video about icelandic on wikitongues. And i don't know whether or not any real Icelander thus seen could do a better video with a less of an accent. Uhhmm so yeah! That's just what i wanted to say.. Thank you for listening'' Help us caption & translate this video! 🤍

The Coldest Icelandic Winter in Decades - Energy and Tourist Troubles

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This is how the Icelandic winter has been treating us so far with extreme cold which is very unusual in South Iceland especially. However, human mistakes were perhaps more dangerous than the weather in some cases so this is also a briefing about what we can learn from this coldest winter in decades. My Music & Sound Effect source: Do you like the music in my videos? I did a great deal when I subscribed to Envato Elements where I have access to over a million digital assets with one simple licence. Envato is one of my most important tools when it comes to ideas and creative work. Check them out for your own work, and if you use my affiliate link, you help me even more with my creativity: 🤍 New: I just opened up a Pond5 account where i'm offering my videoclips for sale with special emphasis on topics related to geology and volcanology. 🤍 Channel support: Channel support is highly appreciated to help me with travel expenses while going after footage for the channel. Buy me a Coffee: 🤍 Paypal.me/justicelandic I have two Print on Demand stores that i'm developing little by little from the spirit of the channel and inspiration from Icelandic nature. My Redbubble store is here: gylfigylfa.redbubble.com And here is my Spring store: 🤍 New: My Adobe Stock collection of commercial footage: 🤍 Free Photos and clips for your own projects: Pexels: 🤍 pixaBay: 🤍 Santa Photo by Andrea Piacquadio: 🤍 If you want to licence my work for your own projects, feel free to contact me to reach an agreement. With Greetings from Iceland Gylfi

[EP.00] Let's Learn Icelandic - Introduction

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This is the introduction video for a language course that I am starting. For convenience, all episodes are numbered, but you don't have to watch them all in a row! If I base an episode on any previous lessons, I will always say so in the description. Buy Me a Coffee 🤍 Twitter 🤍 Please subscribe for more videos!

Alphabet Lore But Everyone ALL Different Languages (GEORGIAN, VIETNAM, ICELANDIC, COPTIC, KOREAN)

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Alphabet Lore But Everyone ALL Different Languages (GEORGIAN, VIETNAM, ICELANDIC, COPTIC, KOREAN) Subscribe ✅❤️👍 New Video Everyday 🤍 The Newest Alphabet Lore 👉 🤍 👇🏻👇🏻👇🏻Don't miss my other videos👇🏻👇🏻👇🏻 Alphabet Lore But Everyone ALL Different Versions (Full Version V3) 🤍 Alphabet lore but it's different Alphabets (WELSH, UNIFON, SHIDINN, MALTESE, JAPANESE, HEBREW) 🤍 Alphabet lore but it's different Alphabets (GREEK, VIETNAM, POLISH, KAZAKH, ICELANDIC, TURKISH) 🤍 Alphabet Lore But Everyone ALL Different Versions (Full Version) V2 🤍 I will be really happy if you like it and also for your subscriptions and comments Original Alphabet Lore YouTube Channel: 🤍 Please don’t strike me. If you want me to delete this video send me email: kopkolupita70🤍gmail.com *All content created by Lary Lore (It's me ) All my video features materials protected by the Fair Use guidelines of Section 107 of Copyright Act. When creating such videos I use video editors Adobe Premier, Adobe After Effects, as well as photo editors Adobe Photoshop and PicsArt. It takes about 4 hours to create these videos, so my viewers can feel the difference between the original video and the one I created. ❗️ I would also like to point out, the audio and video sources in my videos were created in such a way that my viewers hears and sees the new UNIQUE content that they have not seen before on other channels. #alphabetlore #alphabetloreanimation #alphabetloreaz #alphabetlorememe #alphabetlorereaction #alphabetlorecompilation #alphabetloresong #alphabetlorebut

How to ACTUALLY pronounce names from Norse Mythology (Icelandic)

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Check out Ana Luisa Jewlery designs here: 🤍 I know you will love them! Use my code Hrafna10 ​for $10 off! i n s t a g r a m : 🤍 FAQ: how old are you? 21 where are you from? Iceland what camera do you use? Canon M10 love ya guys so much xx

Similarities Between Norwegian and Icelandic

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Can Norwegians understand Icelandic? Norwegian and Icelandic are both descendants of Old Norse, which was spoken by the Germanic people living in Scandinavia during the Viking Age. As two North Germanic languages, Norwegian and Icelandic have a lot in common, and at one point in history, they were practically the same language, but over the course of time, they have diverged from one another. In this video, Henning (Norwegian speaker) and Gabriel (Icelandic speaker) will start by reading a few short sentences which are all structured using similar words that share the same root. They will then move on to the more challenging part by reading a longer statement without the use of preselected common terms. Since Gabriel speaks Norwegian as well, he will translate the Norwegian portions directly into Icelandic to showcase the similarities between them. Old Norse (Old Nordic / Old Scandinavian) was spoken by inhabitants of Scandinavia before it developed into separate Nordic languages, the modern North Germanic languages Icelandic, Faroese, Norwegian, Danish, and Swedish, of which Icelandic remains the closest to Old Norse. Please follow and contact us on Instagram if you'd like to participate in a future video: 🤍 Norwegian (norsk) is the official language of Norway. It is classified as a North Germanic language and the descendant of Old Norse, the common language of the Germanic peoples living in Scandinavia during the Viking Age. Norwegian is more or less mutually intelligible with Swedish, and Danish, which are also North Germanic languages. Other living North Germanic languages include Faroese and Icelandic which are also close to Norwegian, but not mutually intelligible. The arrival of Christianity to Scandinavia in the 11the century, brought with it many loanwords from Latin, with much of it relating to the Church an its traditions, along with other cultural words. Starting in the 13th century, Scandinavian languages began to be greatly influenced by Low German, as a result of the Hanseatic League, a medieval confederation in central and northern Europe that originated from north German towns and used Middle Low German as its lingua franca. Icelandic (íslenska) is a North Germanic language and the official language of Iceland. It is a conservative language compared to most other Germanic languages, as it retains many of the phonological and grammatical features of Old Norse and its written form has not changed much, making it possible for Icelanders to read classic Old Norse literature. Icelandic is closely related to Faroese; and to a lesser extent the continental Scandinavian languages, Danish, Norwegian, and Swedish, though not mutually intelligible. Due to its isolation, Icelandic has also preserved many of its own terms that originate from Old Norse. As a result, Icelandic resembles Old Norwegian before much of its fusional inflection was lost. Due to being well-preserved over the course of history, the Icelandic Minister of Education, Science and Culture, Björn Bjarnason, proposed a day to celebrate the Icelandic language. This day, known as the Icelandic Language Day is set on November 16th, which is the birthday of Icelandic poet Jónas Hallgrímsson, to celebrate the Icelandic language. All Germanic languages share a common ancestor, known as Proto-Germanic, which was a single language spoken in Iron Age Scandinavia. As one of the main branches of the Indo-European language family, Germanic languages are further split into 3 subdivisions: - West Germanic languages: English, German, Dutch, Afrikaans, Yiddish, Scots, Luxembourgish, Limburgish varieties, and the Frisian languages. - North Germanic languages: Swedish, Danish, Norwegian, Icelandic, and Faroese. - East Germanic languages: Gothic, Burgundian, and Vandalic, all of which are now extinct. Despite the differences, these languages still share a lot in common, and have a large number of cognates with the same roots.

Pronouncing Icelandic: Top 5 Tips

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Modern Icelandic pronunciation has some surprises in store for learners. But with these 5 tips from an experienced teacher of the language, you can sound a lot better pronouncing the names of people and places in the Land of Fire and Ice. With Ian McCollum of 🤍ForgottenWeapons Jackson Crawford, Ph.D.: Sharing real expertise in Norse language and myth with people hungry to learn, free of both ivory tower elitism and the agendas of self-appointed gurus. Visit 🤍 (includes bio and linked list of all videos). Jackson Crawford’s Patreon page: 🤍 Visit Grimfrost at 🤍 Latest FAQs: 🤍 (updated Nov. 2019). Jackson Crawford’s translation of Hávamál, with complete Old Norse text: 🤍 or 🤍 Jackson Crawford’s translation of The Poetic Edda: 🤍 or 🤍 Audiobook: 🤍 Jackson Crawford’s translation of The Saga of the Volsungs: 🤍 or 🤍 Audiobook: 🤍 Music © I See Hawks in L.A., courtesy of the artist. Visit 🤍 Logos by Elizabeth Porter (snowbringer at gmail).

Basic Pronunciation of Modern Icelandic (updated/improved)

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All the facts you need to get started with learning the present-day pronunciation of the language of the land of fire and ice. Dr. Jackson Crawford is Instructor of Nordic Studies and Nordic Program Coordinator at the University of Colorado Boulder (formerly UC Berkeley and UCLA). He is a historical linguist and an experienced teacher and translator of Old Norse, Modern Icelandic, and Norwegian. Visit JacksonWCrawford.com (includes a linked list of all videos). Latest FAQs: 🤍 (updated Nov. 2018). Music © I See Hawks in L.A., courtesy of the artist. Visit 🤍 Logos by Elizabeth Porter (snowbringer at gmail). Jackson Crawford’s Patreon page: 🤍 Jackson Crawford’s translation of The Poetic Edda: 🤍 Audiobook: 🤍 Jackson Crawford’s translation of The Saga of the Volsungs: 🤍 Audiobook: 🤍

Icelandic Alphabet Lore (A-Ö)

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Filipinos Speaking ICELANDIC (translated) // BLUE LAGOON

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Surreal experience hearing Filipinos speaking my native language Icelandic which is considered one of the hardest language in the world to learn. We also visited museums and ended our final day in Iceland by visiting the famous Blue Lagoon before heading back to the Philippines. Special thanks to 🤍bluelagoon.com/‎ My Instagram: 🤍finn.snow My facebook: 🤍finnsnowvlog Sherlyn: 🤍 Sherlyn IG: 🤍sherlyndoloriel My MUSIC (Best for vlogs) : 🤍 (Free month trial) ALL my gear in one place: 🤍 My MAIN Camera - 🤍 My BEST Lens EVER (Main VLog) - 🤍 The Lens for my Stabalizer - 🤍 The Lens for B-Rolls - 🤍 My Awesome Perfect size Camera Bag : 🤍 The Mic I use - 🤍 My Drone - 🤍 Drone filters (must) - 🤍 Gopro7 - 🤍 #FinnSnow

Icelandic Volcanoes in 2023 - 2-3 Eruptions This Year?

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This is my New Year prediction for 2023 in Iceland and it was extremely hard to guess this time since we have 7 volcanoes ready for an eruption and 11 getting ready in total. In addition we have the earthquake risk do deal with but I'm doing my best to see what Mother Nature has in store for us this year. Keep in mind that this is done for fun first and foremost and not to be taken to seriously, and a happy new year from Iceland. More about the volcanoes that are ready for an eruption in 2023 🤍 The Earthquake town Hveragerði 🤍 Live earthquake feed: 🤍 Make your own earthquake chart from the website I used to make the chart I used in this video 🤍 My Music source: Do you like the music in my videos? I did a great deal when I subscribed to Envato Elements where I have access to over a million digital assets with one simple licence. Envato is one of my most important tools when it comes to ideas and creative work. Check them out for your own work, and if you use my affiliate link, you help me even more with my creativity: 🤍 New: I just opened up a Pond5 account where i'm offering my videoclips for sale with special emphasis on topics related to geology and volcanology. 🤍 Channel support: Channel support is highly appreciated to help me with travel expenses while going after footage for the channel. Buy me a Coffee: 🤍 Paypal.me/justicelandic I have two Print on Demand stores that i'm developing little by little from the spirit of the channel and inspiration from Icelandic nature. My Redbubble store is here: gylfigylfa.redbubble.com And here is my Spring store: 🤍 New: My Adobe Stock collection of commercial footage: 🤍 Free Photos and clips for your own projects: Pexels: 🤍 pixaBay: 🤍 If you want to licence my work for your own projects, feel free to contact me to reach an agreement. With Greetings from Iceland Gylfi

Why Learn Icelandic?

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In this video I discuss why Icelandic is worth learning, even if you don't plan to live in Iceland! This video can be good listening practice even though I don't speak perfectly. Try understanding without subtitles first! If that's too hard, try watching it with Icelandic subtitles. If that's still too hard, try it with English subtitles and try to pick out some words you recognize :)

You Know You Are Dating an Icelandic Woman When...

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Download your FREE e-guide on dating women around the world: 🤍 From the love of hiking, to complicated last names, to gender equality.. dating an Icelandic woman is an interesting experience for sure. Erm.. Stomach-sister anyone? Dating Beyond Borders is a Youtube channel that focuses on highlighting the cultural differences that come into play while dating people from other countries. Join me as I travel the world and explore culture and dating trends. We release weekly videos every Thursday so hit the subscribe button and the little bell icon to come along on the travel journey weekly! Follow us on Social Media! Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 TikTok: 🤍 Visit our website at 🤍 to learn more about us. CREW: Jason Tojeiro (video/editing) 🤍 Chandler Qian (co-writing) 🤍 Actors: Hrafna: 🤍 Her YT channel: 🤍 Ahd: 🤍 Ymir: 🤍 MUSIC: Youtube Audio Library Soundstripe.com Filmed in: Reykjavik, Iceland Thanks to Guide to Iceland & Blue Car Rentals!

Icelandic Chicken Soup Full Recipe in description 👇👇👇👇👇👇👇👇#shorts #shortvideo #short

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😋 🍜 Icelandic Chicken Soup 👉 Tag someone who would enjoy this! Post by 🤍violetwitchel 📝 Ingredients - 2 red peppers - 1 green pepper - 8 cloves of garlic - 1 white onion - 4 tomatoes - Pinch of sea salt - 2 tbs olive oil - 1 qt chicken broth - 1 can coconut milk - 5 chicken thighs or two large breasts - 1 tsp paprika - 1 pinch red pepper flakes 👨‍🍳 Instructions - Deseed and chop one of the bell pepper into large pieces. Skin the onion and chop into eights. Add the tomato, onion, red pepper, garlic, sea salt, and olive oil to a cast iron baking pan - Bake at 400 for 30 min, broil for the last minute to get a brown crust on top - In a large stockpot bring the coconut milk and chicken broth to a simmer. Add your roasted vegetables and immersion blend until creamy. If you don’t have an immersion blender regular is fine. - Add your chicken and let it cook for 10 min. Remove your chicken, shred it, and add it back to the soup. Add your seasoning, mix it up, and enjoy! 💣 Follow us for more such videos ‼️ 💣 Save & Share this shorts if you found it helpful 🤝 💣 Check-out my other shorts too ✅ #iceland #travel #cooking #glutenfree #dairyfree #weeknightdinner

My reasons for struggling with the Icelandic language | Icelandic language for beginners

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When learning Icelandic language (too)many times we're geting to the point where we feel like stopping. Objectively there are solid reasons for this because Icelandic is not an easy language. According to the FSI Icelandic is a category IV language in terms of difficulty. The estimation of mastering it is 1100 hours or 88 weeks whereas for example Swedish or French should have taken you no longer then half as much. People having hard time trying to get through declension, vocabulary, counter intuitive phrasing or pronunciation. But these are not the only reasons that can cause frustration. Discouragement, as in the case of Pablo, may have to do with social dynamics. It is always a matter of the totality of the circumstances in which we find ourselves. Therefore, it is good to realize that our problems do not result only from the difficulties of the language and that it is worth devoting some attention to them as we invest it, for example, in learning vocabulary. If you have other reasons not related to language itslef that are holding you back, write about them in the comment section. Maybe your experience could help someone get through their struggle. 00:00 Introduction 00:32 Common issues with the Icelandic 02:11 Pablo's reasons for struggling with the Icelandic 04:10 Outro and a few words for encouragement Music: LAKEY INSPIRED: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 Music provided by RFM: 🤍 #icelandiclanguage #spelliceland #icelandic

Speaking after 3 months in Icelandic | My language learning progress [with EN subtitles]

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As some of you may know, I've been studying Icelandic for 3 months now and today I've tried to challenge myself and speak for the first time. I'll be honest - it was hard. So, I hope this will inspire you and help you understand you don't need a high level to start speaking, you can start immediately if you want and if your goal is to actually speak your target language. Plus, in this video you'll get to know a little bit about myself - Where I live, which languges I speak, why I study Icelandic, and what I like doing in my free time. 👉 After watching this video, I highly suggest you check out my exercise to learn new phrases and remember words when you speak ▶️ Quick Exercise to Learn New Phrases & Words FAST | 🤍 ▶️ 3 Highly Effective Exercises to Become Confident Speaking Another Language | 🤍 ▶️ How To Remember Words While Speaking [My MOST POWERFUL Vocabulary Learning Techniques] | 🤍 #languagelearning #studyingicelandic #languagenomad 🌍 CHECK OUT MY VIDEOS ON HOW TO IMPROVE YOUR FOREIGN LANGUAGE SKILLS ▶️ My Secrets On How to Learn Foreign Languages Without Studying Abroad | 🤍 ▶️ How to Stay Motivated to Learn a Foreign Language in 3 STEPS | 🤍 ▶️ 3 Tips and Tricks to Learn a New Language + 1 No One Talks About | 🤍 ▶️ How To Improve Pronunciation Online Free | 🤍 ▶️ 3 Steps to Improve Listening Comprehension in a Foreign Language | 🤍 🌍 TIMESTAMPS 0:00 Why is it important to record ourselves 01:30 [IS] Where I live and what I do for a living 01:48 [IS] Which languages I speak and I'm learning 02:39 [IS] What I like doing in my free time 03:09 How I'm studying Icelandic 03:48 Let me help you in your language journey 🌍 SOCIAL MEDIA 🧡 Instagram: 🤍 🌍 ABOUT ME Hey, I'm Diletta, welcome to my channel! I help you find your most effective language learning methods, speak about how to improve your foreign language skills and suggest tips and tricks to learn a new language or improve one with the right language learning mindset. I’m currently learning a language on my own - Icelandic - and have recently taken up Russian again. I hope to inspire you to learn any language to travel and to overcome fear of living abroad 🧡 🌍 MUSIC Blue Skies Silent Partner (No Copyright Music)

The longest Icelandic word | #AskGudmundur

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What's an Icelandic word that even Icelanders have difficulty pronouncing? The hardest thing for me to say is the longest Icelandic word: Vaðlaheiðarvegavinnuverkfærageymsluskúraútidyralyklakippuhringur (English: A keychain ring for the outdoor key of road workers shed in a moor called Vaðlaheiði) Can you pronounce it better than me? Best regards, Guðmundur from the West

In Icelandic folklore, the first step to understanding the language of birds is killing a raven 🔪

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Find travel tips, guides, and itineraries for visiting Iceland on guidetoiceland.is. Book flight tickets, car rental, accommodations, and tours in Iceland all in one place!

Food in Icelandic

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Learn how to pronounce food and common food items in Icelandic language.

Old Norse vs Modern Icelandic: A Demonstration

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What's the difference between Old Norse and Modern Icelandic? A professional who's taught both demonstrates with a parallel text in each (Jackson Crawford taught the Old Norse language at UCLA from 2011-14 and the Modern Icelandic language at UC Berkeley from 2015-17). Jackson Crawford, Ph.D.: Sharing real expertise in Norse language and myth with people hungry to learn, free of both ivory tower elitism and the agendas of self-appointed gurus. Visit JacksonWCrawford.com (includes bio and linked list of all videos). Jackson Crawford’s translation of Hávamál, with complete Old Norse text: 🤍 Jackson Crawford’s translation of The Poetic Edda: 🤍 Audiobook: 🤍 Jackson Crawford’s translation of The Saga of the Volsungs: 🤍 Audiobook: 🤍 Latest FAQs: 🤍 (updated Nov. 2019). Jackson Crawford’s Patreon page: 🤍 Music © I See Hawks in L.A., courtesy of the artist. Visit 🤍 Logos by Elizabeth Porter (snowbringer at gmail).

The Giants of Iceland

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Subscribe to FIGHTLAND: 🤍 Despite its tiny population, Iceland has a reputation in the World's Strongest Man competition that stands higher than perhaps any other country's. This small, black rock in the middle of the ocean has produced a lineage of strongmen dating back to the Vikings. VICE went out there to investigate why this tiny island produces such strong people. Hanging out at Jakabol—a gym run by ex-champion Magnus Ver Magnusson—we met a whole host of Icelandic strongmen, which includes Hafthor "Thor" Bjornsson, the 6'9" star of Game of Thrones. Check out more episodes of Fringes on VICE here: 🤍 Check out the Best of VICE here: 🤍 Subscribe to VICE here! 🤍 Check out our full video catalog: 🤍 Videos, daily editorial and more: 🤍 Like VICE on Facebook: 🤍 Follow VICE on Twitter: 🤍 Read our tumblr: 🤍

Why Icelandic Sea Salt Is So Expensive | So Expensive

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Hand-harvested Icelandic sea salt could cost you more than 30 times the price of table salt. Housed in one of the most remote and coldest locations in the country, Saltverk salt factory produces 10 metric tons of salt each year. But there’s one other thing that’s unique about the way it’s processed: Everything is powered entirely by geothermal energy. Unlike processed rock salt, the sea minerals remain in the crystals — but these are only a tiny percentage of the final product. The final result is very minimally processed, flaky sea salt from clear Icelandic waters. MORE SO EXPENSIVE: Why Doc Martens Are So Expensive | So Expensive 🤍 Why Cuban Cigars Are So Expensive | So Expensive 🤍 Why Real Saffron Is So Expensive | So Expensive 🤍 #SeaSalt #Iceland #BusinessInsider Business Insider tells you all you need to know about business, finance, tech, retail, and more. Visit us at: 🤍 Subscribe: 🤍 BI on Facebook: 🤍 BI on Instagram: 🤍 BI on Twitter: 🤍 BI on Amazon Prime: 🤍 Why Icelandic Sea Salt Is So Expensive | So Expensive

Encanto - We don't talk about Bruno (Icelandic S&T)

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We don't talk about Bruno - Tölum ekki um Brúnó. Subtiles and translations. Turn on subtitles for more accurate translations, I've noticed a few errors in my translations on the video Icelandic voice cast: Mírabel: Salka Sól Eyfeld (speaking & singing) Pepa: Lára Sveinsdóttir (speaking & singing) Félix: Þór Breiðfjörð (speaking & singing) Dólores: Aldís Amah Hamilton (speaking & singing) Camilo: Logi Pedro Stefánsson (speaking & singing) Isabela: Rakel Björk Björnsdóttir (speaking & singing) Abuela: Ragnheiður Steindórsdóttir (speaking & singing) Lyrics: Tölum ekki um Brúnó-nó-nó-nó (Let's not talk about Bruno-no-no-no) Tölum ekki um Brúnó (Let's not talk about Bruno) En, ég man minn brúðkaupsdag (Já, okkar brúðkaupsdag) (But, I remeber my wedding day (Yes, our wedding day)) Við höfðum okkur til og ekki eitt einasta ský var að sjá (We were getting ready and not a single cloud was to be seen) Hvergi neitt ský var að sjá (Clouds nowhere to be seen) Brúnó kom inn með illt glott út á kinn (Bruno came in with an evil grin on his face) Þruma! (Thunder!) Ert þú eða ég að segja frá? (Is it you or me who's narrating?) Æ sorrí, mi vida, það ert þú (Oh, sorry, mi vida, it's you) Brúnó sagði að yrði regn (Bruno said it would rain) Hví sagði hann það? (Why did he say that?) Og þessi fregn var mér um megn (And this news made me beside myself) Abúela, réttu mér regnhlífina (Abuela, pass me the umbrella) Giftumst í felligyl (Got married in a hurricane) Þennan dýrðardag en hvað um það (That glorious day, but anyway) Tölum ekki um Brúnó-nó-nó-nó (Let's not talk about Bruno-no-no-no) Tölum ekki um Brúnó (Let's not talk about Bruno) Hei! Ólst upp við að hlusta á Brúnó tauta bara og tuldra (Hey! Grew up listening to Bruno just mutter and maffle) Heyri ennþá í honum að nöldra eitthvað og muldra (Still hear him grumbling something and mumble) Hljómaði eins og féllu sandur bæði og grjót, ts ts ts (Sounded like both sand and rocks fell, ch ch ch) Fyllti okkur öll af þæfingi og þrugli (Filled us all with bicker and nonsense) Skildi við Abúelu, já og ættina í rugli (Left Abuela, yes, and the family in a mess) Glímandi við spádóma en skildu ekki hót (Struggling with prophecies but (they) didn't understand a bit) Skilur þú þann þrjót? (Do you understand that scoundrel?) Með hár svart sem hrafn, rottur upp á skart (With hair black as a raven, rats on his attire) Kalli hann þitt nafn allt verður þá svart (If he calls your name then everything becomes black) Þína drauma sér og hæðist að þér (He sees your dreams and taunts you) Tölum ekki um Brúnó-nó-nó-nó (Let's not talk about Bruno-no-no-no) Minnumst ekki á Brúnó (Let's not mention Bruno) Gullfiskinum spáði feigð. daginn eftir dó! (He prophesied my goldfish feyness, the next day, died!) Hann sagði ég fengi vömb, og síðastur hló (He said I'd get a belly, and he had the last laugh) Hann spáði að hár mitt myndi fjúka burt, nú sjáðu minn haus (He prophesied that my hair would blow away, now look at my head) Er spáin rætist er fjandinn alveg laus (When the prophesied comes true the devil's completely loose) Hann mér spáði að draumanna líf myndi rætast og verða auðna mín (He prophesied that the the life of my dreams would come true and become my fortune) Gáfan mín myndi dafna svo fín eins og gullið þrúgnanna vín (My gift would flourish so fine like the gold of the vine grapes) Oye, Maríanó hemur hér (Oye, Mariano's coming here) Hann mér spáði að draumanna prins myndi mér ganga úr greip (He prophesied that the prince of my dreams would slip away from me) Og annarri kvæntur (And be married to another) Það er sem ég heyri enn (That's what I still hear) Hei, sys (Hey, sis) Og svo ekki orð frá þér meir (And not another word from you anymore) Heyri í honum enn (Still hear him) Sko, Brúnó (Well, Bruno) Hvað er með hann Brúnó? (What's with Bruno?) Ég verð að fá að vita um Brúnó (I have to know about Bruno) Segðu mér satt, allan sannleikann, Brúnó (Tell me the truth, the whole truth, Bruno) Ísabella, hei, unnustinn er hér (Isabela, hey, your fiancé is here) Gjörið svo vel (Dig in) (All together) Hann er hér! (He's here!) Tölum ekki um Brúnó-nó-nó-nó (Let's not talk about Bruno-no-no-no) Afhverju sagði ég Brúnó? (Why did I say Bruno?) Ekki orð um hann Brúnó (Not a word about Bruno) Ég hefði ekki átt að minnast á Brúnó (I shouldn't have mentioned Bruno)

"Ólafur Liljurós" Icelandic Viking Folk Song (Lyrics)

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Eng: Ólafur Liljurós is a traditional Viking folk tale dating back to the 9th century. The song tells the classic story of a man who goes to visit his mother. During his journey, he meets an elf who seduces and kills the traveler. Is: Ólafur Liljurós er hefðbundin víkingaþjóðsaga frá 9. öld. Lagið segir klassíska sögu manns sem fer að heimsækja móður sína. Á ferð sinni hittir hann álf sem tælir ferðalanginn og drepur hann.

How to learn Icelandic in just 7 weeks

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In this video, I’ll show you how you can learn Icelandic in just 7 weeks. More info: 🤍 I will guide you through all the essential steps of a proven learning system that’s guaranteed to get you results, and that you can use right away. So that in just 49 days from now, you will be able to speak a new language, and you will get there easily, while having a lot of fun. Tags: learn icelandic online, learn icelandic fluently, learn icelandic fast, icelandic for beginners, icelandic language course, learn icelandic youtube.

Gleðipakkinn (2019) | Icelandic Short Film

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ISL: Gleðipakkinn er fyrirtæki sem selur hamingju í kassa. Eftir undarlegt atvik í vinnunni lærir Arna, starfsmaður Gleðipakkans, um hina sönnu eiginleika pakkans. ENG: The Joybox is a company that sells happiness in a box. After a mysterious incident while on the job Arna, an employee of the Joybox, learns of the box's true nature. Winner of Best Picture and the Audience Award the 2020 national Icelandic student film festival, KHF. Premiered at Teenage Wasteland of the Arts winter showcase in December 2019. Helluland 2020.

Help VIKINGS Preserve the Icelandic Language from EXTINCTION!!!

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If you are interested in learning the Icelandic alphabet from our Save ÍSLENSKA flashcards, please subscribe below, to be the first 25 to get a discount up to 50%. Thank you for your support :). ☞ 🤍 Learn more about project Save ÍSLENSKA here ☞ 🤍 For more Icelandic lessons in our blog ☞ 🤍 Register for a free copy of Save ÍSLENSKA flashcards (NOT for personal use. For schools and universities only.) : ☞ 🤍 - Joined Save ÍSLENSKA (Icelandic Language Learning Community) group: ☞ 🤍 - !!Facts about the Icelandic language!! + Did you know that the Icelandic language is the closest language to old Norse? + The Icelandic language is descended from old Norse which was spoken by the Vikings over a thousand years ago. It is one of the oldest languages in Europe. - + Did you know Icelandic is going EXTINCT? + There is little being done by the government or anyone else in a position of power, to safeguard the Icelandic language against English and the digital age. Even now the responsible parties are looking the other way while English is being allowed more free reign. The young people are getting used to seeing things in English, on their computers, smartphones, tablets, many of the most popular apps today such as Snapchat, are only available in English. When people start getting used to this and stop worrying about whether a text is in Icelandic or English, the language is already dying. - + How can we help? + You can help us by spreading our Save ÍSLENSKA* story and/or encourage people who want to start learning a new language, to consider taking the first step in learning Icelandic. Flashcards are one way to start learning but feel free to choose any other way you feel comfortable with and no matter what you choose, you help Icelandic to strengthen its bonds. *What is Save ÍSLENSKA? Icelandic in the local tongue translates it as íslenska. We, MYSIRFOX.com, built Save ÍSLENSKA (SÍ) to find people who are interested in learning the Icelandic language but at the same time, we also wanted to build a SÍ community where we can share our stories with the WORLD. We want people to be aware that the Viking language, Icelandic, could go extinct in only a few hundred years. The SÍ community is our hope for preserving the language for the generations to come. *Find out more about Save ÍSLENSKA: ☞ 🤍

Learn Icelandic |Part 1: Icelandic Vocabulary For Children | Goleaen

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Content and how to learn: Chain of videos learning Icelandic vocabulary according to the system, topic. The core content of the sessions is to help you practice and remember it many times. Each content consists of 3 parts: Word Study: Learn vocabulary through pictures and practice listening Word Quiz: The test selects the correct answer for the vocabulary learned Word Collection: Summarize vocabulary learned, observe images and remember #Icelandic vocabulary #Icelandic #Simple Icelandic #Icelandicy first #Icelandic for Children #Learn Icelandic #Icelandicy Education #Basic Icelandic #Icelandic Speaking #Icelandic Listening #Icelandic writing #Icelandic language

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