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Li: Jeremy: Hello, nice to meet you! Sæll. Já, sömuleiðis, gaman að kynnast þér. Óli: Ha? Talarðu islensku? Jeremy: Já, ég tala smá islensku. Óli: Hvað ertu að segja? En frábært! Jeremy: Ég er að læra islensku. Óli: Og hvernig gengur það? Jeremy: Það gengur bara vel. En hvað gerir þú? Óli: Ég er að læra frönsku. Jeremy: En gaman! Við getum þá talað saman á frönsku! ÓB: Nei, ekki enn. Ég er að læra frönsku! Eg tala ekki svo vel. Lesson Two 29 Dialogue: Do you speak Icelandic? Hrafnhildur and Jeremy are talking at the University.
Jennifer: Já, ég er mjög ánægð með lífið! Það er alveg frábært að vera hérna. Blaðamaður: Takk fyrir þetta. Gangi þér vel! Jennifer: Takk fyrir! Lesson Four Jennifer: I am an artist, but I am studying Icelandic. Reporter: How would you describe yourself? Jennifer: I am positive yet serious. Sometimes I’m a bit shy. Reporter: This is the last question: are you happy? Jennifer: Yes, I really enjoy life! It’s just great to be here. Reporter: Thank you so much. Good luck! Jennifer: Thank you! 50 B e g in n e r ’s I c e l a n d ic Orðaforði - Vocabulary alvörugefin adj.
Jeremy: I like it quite a lot. Reporter: So where were you born? Jeremy: I was bom and brought up in New York. Reporter: How is it living in New York? Jeremy: Just great. New York is a very large city, and there is always something happening. Reporter: What kind of person are you? Jeremy: I am a regular guy, always in good spirits and jolly. Reporter: Are you happy? Jeremy: Yes, truly! Dialogue 2 Reporter: Jennifer: What is your name? My name is Jennifer. Reporter: Where are you from? Jennifer: I come from England.