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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
 More useful grammar / Review
The Plural of Nouns
Question words: what, who, why, when, where, etc.
Location: Here - there - inside - outside - up - down - right - left - behind - before - above - below - at
home - at work - in school.
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)
Clothes: Pants, skirt, shirt, sweater, dress, parka, coat, hat, shoes, boots. Accessories: bag, wallet,
key, money, watch, glasses.
Quantity words: Many – All – Few – Some – Other – Most
Feelings – Expressions: I enjoy / like – I don’t like to…
Wash oneself, Dress oneself, etc.
Grammar: Word order, accusative case, verb conjugation (present tense), adjectives, plural,
imperative mood and adverbs
Final objectives and skills
Student can ask and answer questions / Can have a conversation using :
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.

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