Ái á Á, á á í á.
Grandfather from "Á" farm has a sheep in a river.
Hnoðri í norðri verður að veðri, þó síðar verði
A cloud in the north will become weather, even if it’ll be a while
Rómverskur riddari réðist inn í Rómarborg, rændi og ruplaði rabbarbara og rófum.
A Roman knight charged into Rome and robbed rhubarb and beets
Barbara Ara bar Ara Araba bara rabbarbara.
Barbara Ara[dóttir] (name) only gave Ari the Arab rhubarb
Stebbi stóð á ströndu, var að troða strý. Strý var ekki troðið nema Stebbi træði strý. Eintreður Stebbi strý, tvítreður Stebbi strý, þrítreður Stebbi strý ...
Stebbi (name) stood on the beach and was treading straws. Straws would not be tread unless Stebbi tread straws. Once treads Stebbi straws, twice treads Stebbi straws, thrice ...
Það er nú verra, ferðaveðrið
It’s bad, the weather of the journey
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