Cases and Prepositions
Cases are hard. We make them easier with this instalment in our series on Cases
Phrasal verbs - they're like verbs, but phrases! They can be challenging, but you’ll have to place upwards alongside (put up with) them.
í vs. fyrir
You're probably using í and fyrir wrong. Let's set these confusing prepositions straight!
Did you tell the cops that you're WITH the hostage instead of HAVE the hostage? Read this so the cops can understand you more clearly!
í, á, yfir, undir
The difference between riding your bike to school and riding it around the halls at school is small. Best learn about it!
Ten minutes ago, you didn't know how to say "ten minutes ago" in Icelandic. Fix that by reading about Point-Relative Timing!