ÍSLENSKA - ICELANDIC

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Postby Guest » 2004-08-16, 22:33

Hey


Not much about icelandic is going on.
I would like here to take, participate or even give a class.


Ég ætli að tala við íslendingum, eða þau eru erfit að finna.
Ég veit að ég gera mörg mistök, en ég á að byrja einhvers staðar.

Ef ég gæti að betna hér í UNILANG.ORG, það sé ég mjög ánægður, en til þess að betna þyrfi ég að tala saman á íslensku.
Ég byrjaði að læra íslensku fyrra ár.
Ég læra alla daga og ég lesa mikið og ég get í Morgunbláðið.is

Svo, til þess að maður betna þarf hann að tala.
Og hér er hvar ég geri það.
Svo,
gerðu svo vel og komdu við mér.

Étienne Poisson.
Einnig Egein.

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Postby Nukalurk » 2004-08-17, 5:20

That would be great! :o

Welcome to Unilang. :)

senatortombstone

Postby senatortombstone » 2004-08-17, 14:45

Hey


Not much about icelandic is going on.
I would like here to take, participate or even give a class.


I would "enroll" in such a class if you set one up. I don't know much about Icelandic, but I do know that its speakers take pride in how unchanged the langauge is.

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Postby Guest » 2004-08-17, 17:44

ok.
This will sound silly.

But how should I set up one?

I wish we would just have this disscusion place we could learn.

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Postby Axystos » 2004-08-17, 18:08

If you want to create a classroom where you can teach icelandic, please go to the Virtual School of Languages subforum and open a thread there.
You can find info in the 'readme' post there.

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Postby Egein » 2004-08-17, 21:39

But the thing is.
I'm not finished learning it.

SO i would like to do a conversation group.

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Postby Nukalurk » 2004-08-18, 5:08

I too!! :D




But...Abitur (similiar to A-Levels or High School diploma) comes first. :cry:

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Postby Axystos » 2004-08-19, 13:27

Egein, consider this: If you want to practise writing in icelandic with native Icelandics or other learners of that language, then you’ve posted your messages in the right subforum. Be warned though, that I have yet to see the first native Icelandic who is also a regular visitor of this site. Furtermore, writing in a language other than the one mentioned in the title (in this case, icelandic) is not what this subforum was intended for.

However, if you want to practise writing in icelandic and about icelandic in english, with the option of teaching icelandic to others some day, the Virtual School of Languages is a better place for that. As you can see, there are already a couple of people interested in the language.
I can move this thread to the VsoL for you, if you want.

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A beginning of Icelandic grammar

Postby senatortombstone » 2004-08-19, 16:01

Here is a site that extensively teaches the grammar of German, Dutch, Swedish, Norwiegan, Danish and Icelandic. Even better is that fact that you can be taught in either of the six languages, including english. So if you're Dutch and you want to learn Danish, you can learn Danish with Dutch instruction.

http://tea.fernuni-hagen.de/Iglo/Instal ... /start.htm

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Postby uilux » 2004-09-17, 13:03

I also want to learn this language very much.

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Postby projetdefleur » 2004-09-24, 17:08

Ég er að vilja að læra og að kenna Islansk.

I want to learn and teach Icelandic :)
I'm learning from a book right now, but I can post the lessons here as I learn them, and come up with exercises, if it's wanted. The original poster (guest? :? ) seems to have disappeared, so I hope he doesn't mind me derailing his post...[/b]

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Postby uilux » 2004-09-25, 5:39

Oh, great! projetdefleur!
I'll be very glad if you do this!
You know, in China, there is no book dealing with this language! So, we can learn nothing here! I'm very happy that you can help!

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Postby Axystos » 2004-09-29, 7:51

Hello projetdefleur,

I think for both learning and teaching Icelandic the Virtual School of Languages is a better suited place than here. I can move this thread to the VSoL forum, if you want.

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Postby Egein » 2004-10-13, 0:19

Fyrirgefið þið, áf því að ég var út í burtu.
Ég gat ekki verið hér langt nog til þess að skrifa í foruminu.´
Skólinn byrjaði og ég var mjög tekinn með heimavinnu.

Forgive me, because i was out in the away.
I did not get to be her long enough in order to write in the forum.
The school started and i was very busy with homeworks.

ég er að vilja að læra og kenna íslensk
should be - ætti að vera
Ég ætla að læra og kenna íslensku


If someone wants to practice with me perhaps he should send me an email at Strakur@gmail.com

Ef einhver ætla að æfa við mig þá kannski ætti hann að senda mér email í Strakur@gmail.com

In an other post i posted something about iceland, go check in translations

Í öðru posti, ég postaði eitthvað um Ísland, farðu og sjá það, í Translations.


:D

(ef þú sér mistök, getirðu sagt mér þau :D)

me, egein

Postby me, egein » 2004-10-19, 23:20

Was that too fast?

Var það of hratt?

ég

Postby ég » 2004-10-26, 21:55

didnt you want to learn?

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Postby himalaje » 2004-11-06, 14:24

Icelandic is an ancient language.It's exellent,but not pleasant to listen i think.

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Postby syndin » 2004-11-25, 18:48

hæhæ
there's lots of icelanders on here - like we say we're invading unilang.
so if you wish we can help you :)
i like the idea of an icelandic course here but it seems that the only people willing to start one don't speak icelandic fluently :)
but like i said there's lots of us here so just let us know if we can help

Miikka

Postby Miikka » 2005-05-27, 19:19

Hi I'm from Finland, Jyväskylä and I'm taking courses on Icelandic. I will travel to Húsavik this summer! Can't wait..!!!

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Postby einhar » 2005-08-19, 13:44

Egein wrote:Fyrirgefið þið, áf því að ég var út í burtu.
Ég gat ekki verið hér langt nog til þess að skrifa í foruminu.´
Skólinn byrjaði og ég var mjög tekinn með heimavinnu.

Forgive me, because i was out in the away.
I did not get to be her long enough in order to write in the forum.
The school started and i was very busy with homeworks.

ég er að vilja að læra og kenna íslensk
should be - ætti að vera
Ég ætla að læra og kenna íslensku


If someone wants to practice with me perhaps he should send me an email at Strakur@gmail.com

Ef einhver ætla að æfa við mig þá kannski ætti hann að senda mér email í Strakur@gmail.com

In an other post i posted something about iceland, go check in translations

Í öðru posti, ég postaði eitthvað um Ísland, farðu og sjá það, í Translations.


:D

(ef þú sér mistök, getirðu sagt mér þau :D)

Corrections:

Forgive me, because i was (?out in the?) away.
Fyrirgefið mér ég var í burtu.

(?I did not get to be her long enough in order to write in the forum.?)Something is wrong in this English sentence
Ég gat ekki verið hér nógu lengi til að skrifa á þessum vettvangi/í þessum umræðum.

The school started and i was very busy with homeworks.
Skólinn byrjaði og ég var mjög upptekinn við heimaverkefni.

If someone wants to practice with me perhaps he should send me an email
Ef einhvern langar til að æfa með mér ætti hann kannski að senda mér email

In an other post i posted something about iceland, go check in translations
Í öðrum pósti skrifaði ég eitthvað um Ísland, gáðu að því í þýðingum

ef þú sér mistök, getirðu sagt mér þau
ef þú sérð villur, gætirðu látið mig vita af þeim?


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