List of Free Icelandic Online Resources!Check out!
Hey everyone, Here is a list of FREE Icelandic Language Learning Resources for those who are interested in learning this language ;)
For Begginers: 1)http://icelandiconline.is -> Online Icelandic Courses made by the University of Iceland!Your knowledge of Icelandic can be reached up to C1 level! 2)https://www.youtube.com/user/CoolIcelandicLesson/videos -> Video lessons of Icelandic 3)http://tungumalatorg.is/viltu_laera_islensku/en/n1/ -> Icelandic TV series which are designed for learning Icelandic! 4)http://tungumalatorg.is/ifa/bok-1/ -> Courses entirely in Icelandic 5)http://ielanguages.com/icelandic.html -> A reliable site for a lot of languages(Including ALL scandinavian languages and Faroese too!) stating the basic things for each language. 6)http://www.memrise.com/courses/english/icelandic/ -> Icelandic Courses by Memrise. Pronunciation: 1)http://forvo.com/languages/is/ 2)https://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Icelandic/Alphabet_and_Pronunciation Radio and TV : 1)http://tunein.com/radio/Iceland-r101250/ 2)http://www.ruv.is/ -> The National Broadcaster of Iceland 3)http://www.ruv.is/ras1 -> Radio about News,Culture,Weather. 4)http://www.ruv.is/ras2 -> Radio about Music. Movies: 1)http://www.icelandiccinema.com/ For other Resources check these sites:
There aren't many resources of Icelandic online,but I found as much as possible.Hope I helped you!!!! :)
Thanks for this! I've always wanted to learn a smidgen of Icelandic. I have a feeling with German, Spanish, French, Italian, Indonesian, and Chinese that it won't make my realistic priorities, but I do have that cliché attraction and wonder of the language that is said to be closest to Old Norse.
Thank you so much for this! I've wanted to learn Icelandic for ages! Although, I still must learn to do a trilled R! Beautiful language.
I was just looking to see if Duo had Icelandic; thank you for sharing these resources!
When I came to terms with Duo not getting Icelandic any time soon, I found out my old Icelandic (and everything) haunt, LiveMocha, has gone away. Thanks so much for these leads!
I'm trying to open a Q&A website on stackexchange for all nordic languages. Including Icelandic. It would really help if you participate in this Q&A website. https://area51.stackexchange.com/proposals/113184/nordic-languages?referrer=UJwIZ3DtK9beNp88ckqOeg2
Not sure if it is only with me or not, but I have tried http://icelandiconline.is and all I got was a pre-registration lesson and then when I have tried to register I was told that my email is already taken, so naturally I clicked the 'forgot password' button only for them to tell me that this email has not been registered yet (also everything is in Icelandic, so I learned a few new words. But this is not the way I meant to learn it...). Has anyone had the same problem, and what shall I do? The description of the courses seems amazing and promising.
I'm having the exact same problem, except that whenever I try to register an account, the page is redirected to an angry seagull telling me that I do not have the "authority" to do it. LOL When I go back to the website and try to register again, it proceeds to inform me that the e-mail is already taken, and trying to reset the password I'm informed that the e-mail is not registered to their site. It's possible that they are no longer registering any new accounts, but its more likely a bug: otherwise, I think they would clearly state that on the website. I'm trying to find a solution atm.
Good luck! I wrote them on Facebook 3 months ago and they still didn't reply. Someone told me that it was a professor at this university and his students who have started this all thing and that it is quite possible that they just don't work on it any longer. I have ended up trying to learn Old Norse here https://notendur.hi.is/haukurth/norse/ . It is said to be very similar to modern Icelandic. The lessons are great but still, it is easier to work not alone, so it is harder than learning with Duo. If you succeed with the Icelandic site, please do tell me!
Yeah, I'm starting to think that might be the case, sadly... Oh well, I hope they're at least working on it to bring it back online someday. I checked that website and liked it. Iceland is, indeed, very similar to Old Norse; in fact, it's almost the same grammar and vocabulary for common words, just like Faroese, afaik. I'll use it as my primary learning resource for the time being, and will look into proper Icelandic learning material later. Takk!