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Icelandic

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ISBN-10: 0071420258

ISBN-13: 9780071420259

Edition: 2005

Authors: Hildur Jonsdottir

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Book details

List price: $18.95
Copyright year: 2005
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Companies, The
Publication date: 8/1/2004
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 416
Size: 5.00" wide x 7.75" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 0.440

Introductionp. 1
Pronunciation guidep. 4
Hi, what's your name?p. 8
Greeting people and saying 'goodbye'
Asking someone's name and saying your name
Asking where someone is from and saying where you are from
Saying 'yes' and 'no'
Thanking somebody
Which language(s) do you speak?p. 19
Saying 'excuse me'
Saying which languages you speak / don't speak
Asking someone which language(s) they speak
Saying what your mother tongue is
Bjorn's mother is Icelandicp. 26
Saying which nationality you are
Referring to members of your family
Referring to your male and female friends, your boyfriend / girlfriend, your husband / wife
Christof is dark-hairedp. 35
Describing the way somebody looks
Describing somebody's personality
Asking someone's full name
Asking an Icelander what his last name is
Christof is readingp. 46
Learning about Iceland
Discovering more about Iceland's capital city Reykjavik
Making suggestions on what to do and where to go
He leaves at two o'clockp. 54
Asking somebody what their telephone number is and saying what your telephone number is
Saying what time it is (whole hours) and asking the time
Saying what year it is
Learning about the Icelandic currency
Saying where you live
See you tonight at half past eightp. 68
Learning the days of the week
Talking about parts of the day
Saying what the time is
Spoke to Erlap. 78
Asking somebody what he / she does for a living
Learning about occupations
I'll see you at the weekendp. 88
Talking about plans for the weekend
Talking about what you did at the weekend
Didn't you have a nice time?p. 96
Writing letters
Talking about your holiday
Can you go to the shop for me?p. 105
Going shopping
Asking for items of food and drink
Bjorn and Guorun buy fishcakesp. 113
More about going shopping in the supermarket
Buying groceries
What's for dinner?p. 125
Asking what's for dinner
Laying the table
Thanks for the mealp. 136
Learning about mealtime etiquette
Do you want to go to the cinema?p. 149
Making plans
Going to the cinema
It's Guorun's birthdayp. 158
Saying how old you are
Wishing someone a happy birthday
Months, seasons, high days and holidays
Saying what the date is
Taking it furtherp. 174
Key to the exercisesp. 177
More on pronunciationp. 183
Icelandic-English vocabularyp. 189
English-Icelandic vocabularyp. 202
Indexp. 215
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