by Hildur Jonsottir
- a good introduction to Icelandic language. Includes everyday, realistic dialogues; plenty of vocabulary; a mini-dictionary; and excersises designed to encourage you to use the language. No previous knowledge is required.
Daisy L. Neijmann
- an introduction to spoken and written Icelandic. Includes a course book containing dialogues, grammatical notes, exercises and cultural information. Cassettes or CDs with recordings of some of the dialogues and exercises are also available.
- Glossika's audiovisual method helps you master comprehension and achieve fluency. Great on its own, or the perfect companion to your ongoing studies.
Buy from: Glossika.com
by Arnold R. Taylor (Editor)
- a small, bilingual dictionary that covers about 5,000 words.
by Richard Cleasby, Gudbrand Vigfussen and Sir William Craigie
- a comprehensive and authoritative dictionary of Old Icelandic first published in 1874. Contains thousands of illustrative quotations, full descriptions of pronunciation for every letter, and a detailed outline of grammar that includes the old Icelandic alphabet, word formation, and spelling. The 52-page supplement contains a list of additional words and references from the eleventh century to the mid-fourteenth century.
by Stefán Einarsson
- the best Icelandic grammar book around. Comprehensive and well-written.
by Heather O'Donoghue
- a fascinating introduction into the colourful world of Old Norse-Icelandic literature. In addition to mythology and family sagas, it also covers lesser-known areas such as oral story-telling, Eddaic verse and skaldic verse. This book describes the language and culture of the first settlers in Iceland which helps appreciate the background against which this literature was produced.
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