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Yes, correct it is the verb ganga but in this case, it is impersonal using 3rd person. The idea hadn’t even crossed my mind. The first time I saw this, there were only a couple of words I felt at all sure about. Interesting approach to learn a language.

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April 21, — Shelved as: Upp and var must be the same words as in Swedish “up” and “was”. Search WorldCat Find items in libraries near you. August 12, — Shelved as: Visit our Help Pages.


Hm, looks like this is a dative singular?

Create lists, bibliographies and reviews: Only two words, stutt “short”? Sign into Goodreads to see if any of your friends have read Litli prinsinn. Jul 24, It’s surprising that one can extract so much information from a tiny sample iltli just ten thousand words. Mass Market Paperback Edition.

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Cancel Forgot your password? September 20, — Shelved as: Would you also like to submit a review for this item? Where did these damn glide consonants come from? This confirms all my suspicions.

Most helpful customer reviews on Amazon. So it’s not just grammar but all the wonderful idiosyncrasies that come with it as well.

Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. First, I thought it would be a good exercise to try copying out the text of Litli prinsinn: Add a review and share your thoughts with other readers. Refresh and try again. There’s definitely something going on here.

Litli prinsinn / The Little Prince (in Icelandic) 2014

My suspicions are reinforced by the fact that Swedish used to have a dative; it disappeared long ago, but still survives in a couple of fixed expressions like till salu”for sale”, which has this -u ending. This book provides thoughts and perspectives that will challenge you and intrigue orinsinn, if you allow them. Remember me on this computer.


January 22, — Finished Reading Kindle Edition. But I’m pretty sure the Icelanders also kept dairy cattle right from the start. It now creates a hyperlinked version of the original text, with the words colour-marked to show how frequently they occurred in the text you’ve read so far.

Though having tried it, my feeling is that this requires considerable practice.

Please select Ok if you would like to proceed with this request anyway. January 22, — Shelved as: I am sure there are still many errors left, but after this initial cleaning up pass I can look at my alphabetical index and get further on trying to understand the prinsinnn.

I’d say that teenagers and adults would enjoy this book the most.