By Richard Kölbl
L’Islande est l’un des rares will pay vraiment monolingues. Si on peut malgré cela s’y débrouiller en anglais, quand on se trouve dans des régions moins peuplées, il est préférable de connaître quelques rudiments de los angeles langue islandaise. Vous le constaterez rapidement, les Islandais, réservés au most well known abord, se révèlent rapidement hospitaliers et chaleureux.
L’islandais est une langue remarquable par sa stabilité, due à l’isolement de l’île mais aussi à los angeles politique de l’État pour conserver une langue dénuée de tout apport extérieur.
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L'islandais de poche by Richard Kölbl