Íslenska fyrir Alla
As you may have noticed, verbs in Icelandic don’t always conjugate in the same way. The most common verb endings are -a, -ar, -ar, -um, -ið 365 kata lagi
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Once you’ve introduced yourself, and used the Icelandic you already have, your new acquaintance may want to know if they can continue speaking to you in Icelandic – or switch to another language. 279 kata lagi
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A Winsome Word
The more you like yourself, the less you are like anyone else, which makes you unique.
favorite (noun): a person or thing that is liked more than others. 380 kata lagi
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We are the church
Faith requires that we do something. Faith is a verb. Even the common term “walking in faith” denotes some kind of action on our part. Faith is not a feeling. 344 kata lagi
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Your Daily Vocabulary
Those crooks tried to foist these pale imitation as the real paintings.
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Yes, ‘quoth’ is a verb, but it’s so much more fun to say than ‘quote’. Just think of it as an imperative, if you must. 75 kata lagi
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Bo Knows Writing
Grammar Nazi Mondays (because everyone hates all three and misery loves company). Today’s propaganda: The Basics.
We learned a lot of things in elementary school. 780 kata lagi
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