Islandic: where does it have it's origin from?
02-27-2005, 09:54 AM
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Islandic: where does it have it's origin from?
s.bjelke Wrote:Okey, I know people don't like this, but I think that much of the Anglo Saxon langugaes came from the danish in the first place, not the other way around.
But are we actually suposed to be duscussing languages here? :wink:
Danish? No way. Danish can't be understood, icelandic can. Wink Big Grin Hurray!

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02-27-2005, 12:53 PM
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Islandic: where does it have it's origin from?
I think we should split this topic and move this discussion to you scandinavian forum then Dumb question
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02-27-2005, 01:16 PM
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Splitted. Smile

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02-27-2005, 01:40 PM
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Widar Wrote:
s.bjelke Wrote:Okey, I know people don't like this, but I think that much of the Anglo Saxon langugaes came from the danish in the first place, not the other way around.
But are we actually suposed to be duscussing languages here? :wink:
Danish? No way. Danish can't be understood, icelandic can. Wink Big Grin Hurray!
WTF can't we be understood?!? Tongue We where almost able to understand each other when we talked via msn Smile

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02-27-2005, 01:55 PM
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Islandic: where does it have it's origin from?
Jan Pedersen Wrote:
Widar Wrote:
s.bjelke Wrote:Okey, I know people don't like this, but I think that much of the Anglo Saxon langugaes came from the danish in the first place, not the other way around.
But are we actually suposed to be duscussing languages here? :wink:
Danish? No way. Danish can't be understood, icelandic can. Wink Big Grin Hurray!
WTF can't we be understood?!? Tongue We where almost able to understand each other when we talked via msn Smile
Yeah, written danish is easy to understand! Wink Big Grin

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02-27-2005, 03:38 PM
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Islandic: where does it have it's origin from?
See if you can read this.

Danska, sænska og norska. Allt mjög skyld tungumál, en hinsvegar er ekki nokkur leið fyrir mig að lesa þau, þó svo ég hafi lært dönsku í skóla.
Íslenskan er ekki ólík rússnesku fyrir flesta, en svona á alþjóðlegum grundvelli tel ég að enskan eigi best við.

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02-27-2005, 03:47 PM
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Islandic: where does it have it's origin from?
Danska, sænska og norska

I think i could understand that Smile

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02-27-2005, 04:01 PM
Post: #18
Islandic: where does it have it's origin from?
JonAE86 Wrote:See if you can read this.

Danska, sænska og norska. Allt mjög skyld tungumál, en hinsvegar er ekki nokkur leið fyrir mig að lesa þau, þó svo ég hafi lært dönsku í skóla.
Íslenskan er ekki ólík rússnesku fyrir flesta, en svona á alþjóðlegum grundvelli tel ég að enskan eigi best við.

:wink:

If you can, without a dictionary, then you are.......something Huh


Allt (everything)
tungamál (spoken languge)
ekki nokkur (not somthing)
fyrir mig ad lesa pau (for me to read) sorry but don't know how to write the strange characters
lesa (read)
ég hafi lært dönsku i skóla (I have lernt danish in school)
Íslenskan er ekki ólik rússnesku fyrir flesta (Icelandic is not difrent ?russian? for most people)

Thats what I can get out of it......
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02-27-2005, 04:40 PM
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Islandic: where does it have it's origin from?
s.bjelke Wrote:
JonAE86 Wrote:See if you can read this.

Danska, sænska og norska. Allt mjög skyld tungumál, en hinsvegar er ekki nokkur leið fyrir mig að lesa þau, þó svo ég hafi lært dönsku í skóla.
Íslenskan er ekki ólík rússnesku fyrir flesta, en svona á alþjóðlegum grundvelli tel ég að enskan eigi best við.

:wink:

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Allt (everything)
tungamál (spoken languge)
ekki nokkur (not somthing)
fyrir mig ad lesa pau (for me to read) sorry but don't know how to write the strange characters
lesa (read)
ég hafi lært dönsku i skóla (I have lernt danish in school)
Íslenskan er ekki ólik rússnesku fyrir flesta (Icelandic is not difrent ?russian? for most people)

Thats what I can get out of it......

About the same that i got out of it, then there's something about english too Smile

Þ is pronounced "th", right?

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02-27-2005, 05:15 PM
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Islandic: where does it have it's origin from?
I thought it was the strange d letter that was pronaunced "th/d" but with " vibration" if you know what I mean...... Confused (don't know what you call that in english, but we call it a "stemt" character.
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