Árstíðir - 101 Stories Written In Simple Icelandic

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Árstíðir consists of 101 stories written in simple Icelandic. Its short, accessible tales cover various aspects of Icelandic everyday life. They include new experiences, friendship, overcoming challenges, joy and sorrow. The stories reflect the diversity of daily life year round in the land of light and darkness.

This is the first collection of original stories specifically written with Icelandic as a second language learners in mind. The stories cover various topics, styles and forms. They are arranged into five difficulty levels in consultation with teaching experts. Moreover, there is an appendix with information about Icelandic culture and traditions. The book is an excellent teaching aid for people learning Icelandic as a second language as well as an excellent choice for enthusiasts of Icelandic Prose.

 

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20 February 2024
Cheryl C.
United States
I recommend this product

I love these books!

Icelandic is not an easy language to learn and having an easy story book and workbook makes it fun!

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22 July 2023
Andrea
United States United States
I recommend this product

Trying to learn

This book is a wonderful tool in learning Icelandic. I didn’t realize the symbols at the top represented the difficultly level at first. Perhaps the intro in how to use the book need not have been in Icelandic, but I got there. Thinking I’ll order the second book when I’m through this one. Love that it arrived with a Grapevine too!

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28 June 2022
Vivienne D.
United Kingdom United Kingdom
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Just right

The tiny dialogues and stories are just right for someone who has a little vocabulary and wishes to understand how it is put together. The complementary English-language newspaper also made interesting reading. Thank you.