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SPURNINGAR / QUESTIONS

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Re: SPURNINGAR / QUESTIONS

Postby Śrāmaṇera » 2011-05-23, 15:03

Ég hef ekki skrifað neitt á íslensku síðan ég kom til Asíu. Í dag langar mig að profa að skrifa eitthvað stutt hér. Ég veit ekki hvort ég gæti fengið leiðrétta frá einhverjum.

Ég er í alvöru búinn að gleyma miklu. Íslenska málfræðin er rósalega erfið en samt hef ég ennþá áhuga á læra hana.

Núna ætla ég ekki að fara aftur til Íslands bráðum af því að það er bara of dýrt að fljúga þangað. Samt, stundum ég held að það væri gott að hitta Íslendinga hér í Kína. En ég hef ekki hugmynd hvernig ég gæti finnt þeim. :?
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Re: SPURNINGAR / QUESTIONS

Postby shprakh » 2011-05-23, 15:50

I installed the Icelandic keyboard on my laptop, but I can't find some letters. Can anyone tell me how to make the ö?

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Re: SPURNINGAR / QUESTIONS

Postby Śrāmaṇera » 2011-05-23, 16:36

It's the key on the right of the "0" (zero).
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Re: SPURNINGAR / QUESTIONS

Postby JackFrost » 2011-05-23, 19:21

Shadad wrote:I installed the Icelandic keyboard on my laptop, but I can't find some letters. Can anyone tell me how to make the ö?

The Wiki is your friend.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Keyboard_layout#Icelandic
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Re: SPURNINGAR / QUESTIONS

Postby shprakh » 2011-05-24, 21:34

Thank you guys ;)

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Re: SPURNINGAR / QUESTIONS

Postby joetheblack » 2012-04-27, 14:03

Hi everyone,

I am trying to translate one technical paper from icelandic and cannot find two words:
Stífufestingar
stýrisarmur

they are some parts of a car, the documents is about a modifications to Nissan patrol to make it larger, higher and more icelandic :)

does anyone know what are these things in english, or at least describe it in detail, so i can find it out what part of a car it is?

thank you in advance,

Joe

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Re: SPURNINGAR / QUESTIONS

Postby kaptengrot » 2012-12-07, 13:06

My basic question is, when do you use active mood in Icelandic? Since I was told you always use it after "geta", are there other times/verbs when you always use it with?
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Re: SPURNINGAR / QUESTIONS

Postby kaptengrot » 2012-12-10, 19:14

joetheblack wrote:Hi everyone,

I am trying to translate one technical paper from icelandic and cannot find two words:
Stífufestingar
stýrisarmur


I posted this on tumblr, and a native speaker replied:

All I can personally tell you is that stýrisarmur sounds like something that would be on an old school ship steering wheel, you know with those wooden arm things. But if it’s in a car, I’m not sure. Perhaps a leaver that the steering wheel is attached to?

And festingar are something like clamps, something you use to attach something to something.
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Postby lykke » 2013-10-23, 18:43

Hello,

this is my first time posting here, I'm still very much a beginner at Icelandic.

Anyway, my textbook has both "á flugvöll" and "á flugvöllinn" translated as "at the airport". (Technically is has them listed as "am Flughafen" as it's a German textbook. ;)) What is the difference? I mean, obviously the definite article, but when do I use which of the two? It's a bit confusing for me, especially as they are used when talking about a specific airport both times.

Thanks in advance!

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Re: SPURNINGAR / QUESTIONS

Postby Petrovitch » 2014-03-29, 0:04

A question about the genitive case.

So when you use possessive pronouns is it 'bíllinn minn' or do you use the genitive of the noun instead, 'bíls minn'?

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Re: SPURNINGAR / QUESTIONS

Postby September » 2014-03-29, 19:02

Petrovitch wrote:A question about the genitive case.

So when you use possessive pronouns is it 'bíllinn minn' or do you use the genitive of the noun instead, 'bíls minn'?

takk

The case of the possessive has to match the case of the noun, so "bíls minn" would be incorrect, since "minn" is in the nominative and "bíls" is in the genitive. Also, you usually put the definite article (-inn) on the noun when forming a possessive (there are some exceptions). "Bílinn minn" would be correct in the nominative case. Depending on which verb or noun is in the sentence, you might have a possessive construction in any of the four cases, but the case of the noun and the case of the possessive pronoun will always be the same.
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Re: SPURNINGAR / QUESTIONS

Postby Śrāmaṇera » 2014-05-19, 3:11

September wrote: "Bílinn minn" would be correct in the nominative case.


I assume you meant llin minn. "bílinn minn" would be the accusative case.
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Re: SPURNINGAR / QUESTIONS

Postby September » 2014-08-26, 7:22

Śrāmaṇera wrote:
September wrote: "Bílinn minn" would be correct in the nominative case.


I assume you meant llin minn. "bílinn minn" would be the accusative case.

Whoops! Yes, that's what I meant.

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Re: SPURNINGAR / QUESTIONS

Postby Hyyrynen » 2015-02-04, 14:17

Þegar víkingar fóru um á skipum sínum...


Could any icelander translate this phrase? I'm having difficulties understanding the "um á" part.

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Re: SPURNINGAR / QUESTIONS

Postby Gavril » 2015-02-05, 16:14

Hyyrynen wrote:
Þegar víkingar fóru um á skipum sínum...


Could any icelander translate this phrase? I'm having difficulties understanding the "um á" part.


I am not Icelandic, but I think that this means "When the Vikings traveled in their ships".

fara um = to travel (about)

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Re: SPURNINGAR / QUESTIONS

Postby JohnRim » 2015-02-10, 12:19

Hvernig segir maður (um taugakerfið) "work as it should" á íslensku?

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Re: SPURNINGAR / QUESTIONS

Postby Thunderman47 » 2015-03-02, 15:46

Hello. I am a very beginner in the icelandic language, and I am happy to have found this forum.
Hæ. Ég er byrjandi í íslensku og er mjög ánægður að hafa fundið þetta spjallborð.

I would like to know the meaning of the following expression:
"Þú ert ekki allur þar sem þú ert séður"
Impossible to find a translation. I guess it is an idiomatic expression.
Anyone here would be kind enough to help me?
Thank you for your help...


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