Icelandic Links

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Tutorials & Courses

An Icelandic Primer - A 184 page primer in PDF format.  This primer is for an older Icelandic.

A Minimal Grammar of Icelandic - Basic Icelandic grammar.

Icelandic Grammar Notebook - A detailed explanation of Icelandic grammar.

Icelandic Language Lessons - Free Icelandic lessons.  The original site is no longer online.  This link goes to the Internet Archive's copy.

Icelandic Online - Two online courses are offered.  The beginners course takes approximately 45 hours to complete.  There is also an intermediate course available.  Free registration is required.

Icelandic Tutorial - A simple and easy to follow Icelandic tutorial.

Linguanaut - A useful collection of basic phrases.


Interesting Reading Practice

Bæjarins Besta - Online news in Icelandic.

DV - Online news in Icelandic.

Frettir - Online news in Icelandic.

Icelandic Bible - The entire Bible in Icelandic.

Logos Children's Library - A handful of children's stories in Icelandic.

Morgunbladid á Netinu - Online news and a lot more.  A good Icelandic resource.

Project Gutenberg - Several online books freely available.

Saga Library - A collection of Icelandic sagas.

Skarpur - Online news in Icelandic.

Skessuhorns - Online news in Icelandic.

Vikurfrettir - Online news in Icelandic.

Vísir - News and more in Icelandic.

Wikipediu - Wikipedia in Icelandic.  If online news isn't interesting enough for you, you can search for whatever you like on Wikipedia.


Things To Listen To

Global Recordings Network - Provides a free Christian audio recording.  A great resource.

Ríkisútvarpið - Icelandic National Broadcasting Service.  Short articles and audio to go along with several of them.


Other Icelandic Resources

Digital Dialects - This website offers basic vocabulary and games to help you practice.

Dilbert Comics with Icelandic translations below the drawings.

Online Icelandic dictionary

Verbix - The best online verb conjugator I have found.  Just type in a verb and Verbix will completely conjugate it for you.