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Developed from the Old Norse that was spoken by the Vikings over a thousand years ago, Icelandic is a unique language that is typically quite difficult for most foreigners to understand.
Simply having a go at communicating in the local language is always a great way to feel more at home and to make friends among the people you meet.
However, if you plan on staying for more than just a few days you might want to practice some of these words and phrases.
Luckily, English is widely spoken in Iceland, but don’t let that stop you from trying some of these simple greetings and pleasantries.