written by Daniel Roche
The Icelandic language is a Germanic and Scandinavian language spoken by 330,000 people in Iceland. Icelandic is related to Faroese, Danish, Norwegian and Swedish, but the grammar of Icelandic includes more complex inflections. Because of Iceland's isolation, Icelandic is still closely related to Old Norse and written Icelandic has not changed much since the 11th century.
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