Icelandic is a member of the North Germanic language family, spoken natively by the approximately 320,000 people in Iceland, as well as several thousand others outside the country. Due in part to its geographical isolation, the Icelandic language is still very similar to Old Norse, and has retained the grammatical inflections that other Scandinavian languages have lost over the centuries. This is one of the aspects of Icelandic that makes it a challenge to the learner.

This page contains various tools such as flashcards and interactive tables to help the student of Icelandic learn noun and adjective declensions as well as verb conjugations. You can also generate random quizzes that require you to supply the correct form of the word.