Icelandic Pronouns + Possessives

Okaaay, so remembering the basic Icelandic pronouns and possessives can still be a struggle for me, so I wanted to have a quick reference here. 🙂

I still mix up which form of “they” to use.

Icelandic Pronouns
Credit: Dr. Jennifer Wagner

The video below should be helpful if you’re unsure of how to pronounce Icelandic pronouns; the narrator even goes into the verb, “to be”:

Aaand I also often confuse minn / mín / mitt.

Icelandic Possessives
Credit: Dr. Jennifer Wagner

I will definitely be referring to these charts often, and I hope this helps a few of you as well. 🙂

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