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Teach Yourself Icelandic by Hildur Jonsdottir
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Although it is aimed at those with no previous knowledge, this course is equally suitable for anyone wishing to brush up existing skills and aims to help users progress from the basics to understanding, speaking and writing Icelandic with confidence. Completely rewritten, this edition adopts a communicative approach to learning the language and includes realistic exercises. A story runs throughout the book to keep the language in context and make the it enjoyable to use. Key structures and vocabulary are introduced in 12 thematic units progressing from introducing yourself to looking for a flat. The emphasis is on communication throughout with the important language introduced through dialogues on the recording.

Author Biography

Hildur Jonsdottir, the author, undertook post-graduate studies in Linguistics and Modern Icelandic and taught Icelandic at Cambridge University.
Release date NZ
May 1st, 2004
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
2nd Revised edition
approx. 20 black & white cartoons/maps
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