Icelandic 2



The student gets a better handle on the language by listening, reading and doing assignments. Various texts, different topics, not too easy. Pronunciation is practiced.




Everyday Phrases - With Friends - At work - Going to the Doctor - Buying Things - Daily activities – Hobbies – Emotions – Feelings – Appearance – Clothing - Professions – Traveling Body Health. 


  • Interesting reading materials / Short texts

  • A look inside the History of Iceland / Facts about Iceland

  • Traditions

  • Folk tales

  • News

  • More useful grammar / Review


Gender of Nouns: Female, Masculine, Neuter


The Plural of Nouns


Declension of Nouns: The Nominative, Accusative, Dative, Genitive case


Pronouns: I - we. You - you. He - she - it. They.

Mine - Yours – Ours.


Verbs: Past Tense - Present Tense - Future Tense.

To be, to go, to take, to read, to sleep, to find, to drink, to say, to buy, to clean, to wash to have, to think, to love, to do, to bake, to call, to write, to drive, to talk, to learn, to watch, to listen, to consider, to cook, to forget, to look, to want, to remember, to hunt, to train, to hike, to sell, to be born, to die, to thank, to chat, to be able to ( can / could), to say, to assist, to open, to help, to come, to go, to work, to advise, to offer.


Different meaning of verbs: To get (Að fá) To let (Að láta)

I will get one bread and one apple pie (buy)

She gets good grades (achieve)

I am going to get soup and salat (eat)


Adjectives: Clever – intelligent – fresh – satisfied – enormous – typical – boring – punctual  positive  negative – broken – used – safe – dirty – fast – calm – exciting – healthy – bitter – salty – sweet – curious – stubborn - busy occupied – crazy – naughty  interesting  dark   tired  full – amusing – great – angry – happy – pushy – avaricious – energetic – efficient  stubborn giving


Comparison of Adjectives: Big – bigger – biggest, small – smaller – smallest, good – better – best, young – younger – youngest etc.


Quantity words: Many  All – Few  Some  Other  Most


Feelings Expressions: I enjoy / like – I don’t like to…

Wash oneself, Dress oneself, etc.



Final objectives and skills

Student can ask and answer questions / Can have a conversation

What, Who, Which, When, How, Where, Where from / to, Why etc.


Final project: Pupils prepare and exercise an introduction about themselves, then talk for two minutes, describing themselves, finally recording it on video which they then watch.