Now you know how to talk about date and time in Icelandic, let’s continue with some more special occasions, holidays and how to wish people well in Icelandic.
This lesson is part of the chapter “Learning Icelandic“.
All the best!
Gangi þér vel!
Til hamingju með afmælið!
Happy New Year!
Gleðilegt nýtt ár!
with all my heart / wholehearted
Holidays & festive occasions
Pentecost / Whitsun
New Year’s Eve
(to) make a gift
(að) búa til gjöf
Vocabulary & Phrases
I invite you to the party!
Ég býð þér í veisluna!
What would you like? / What do you want?
Hvað langar þig í?
present / gift [Sg]
presents / gifts [Pl]
Vocabulary trainer: Holidays & Good wishes in Icelandic
How do you say
present / gift
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- Numbers in Icelandic
- Basic Conversation in Icelandic
- Greeting & Farewell in Icelandic
- Basic Icelandic Verbs
- Basic Icelandic Nouns
- Basic Icelandic Adjectives
- Colors & Appearance in Icelandic
- Countries & Languages in Icelandic
- Date & Time in Icelandic
- Food & Drinks in Icelandic
- People & Professions in Icelandic
- Family & Friends in Icelandic
- Body & Health in Icelandic
- Cities & Traffic in Icelandic
- Travelling & Leisure time in Icelandic
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