Talking about your friends and relatives is much more fun than just talking about yourself. So, let’s learn some useful words & phrases that will help you talk to others about the people you love most.
This lesson is part of the chapter “Learning Icelandic“.
Family & Relatives
siblings / brothers and sisters
amma og afi
Love & Friendship
I love you
ég elska þig
I love you very much
ég elska þig heitt
Do you want to marry me?
Viltu giftast mér?
1 Applies for men, a lesbian would also be "kvænt"2 Applies for women, a gay man would also be "giftur"
Vocabulary trainer: Family & Friends in Icelandic
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- Basic Icelandic Verbs
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