Icelandic 3

 

Objective
The student gets a better handle on the language by speaking, reading and doing
assignments. Various texts, different topics.
 
 
Topics
Interests, activities, family, cleaning, employment, daily life, culture, feelings, history, folklore and
more. 
 
Declension of Nouns: The Nominative, Accusative, Dative, Genitive case
 
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.
Plural timephrases: on Mondays – in the mornings – on weekends, etc. 
Possesive pronouns: mine, yours, his, her, its, theirs, ours
Prepositions: about, around, during, by, from, out of, after and more.
Grammar: Word order, adjectives, adverbs, all grammatical cases, verb conjugation (present and
past tense), possesive pronouns, prepositions, particibles (I have been), comparative adjectives (big,
bigger, biggest), reflexive pronouns (himself – herself – itself)
 
 
Final objectives and skills
Student can ask and answer questions. The student can have a conversation and express what they
did, will do, their needs and longings