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Here are some interesting facts about Icelandic

Since Icelandic, or íslenska, has remained in relative isolation and due to its conservative nature, Icelandic speakers have few problems when reading texts in Old Norse, dating back to around the 10th century.

In 2004, the well-known savant and polyglot, Daniel Tammet, learned conversational Icelandic in a week, appearing on a local TV show to demonstrate his speaking skills.

Despite having been spoken in Iceland for centuries, Icelandic became the official language only in 2011.

The Icelandic language gained sudden worldwide publicity in 2010 with the eruption of the volcano Eyjafjallajökull. The impossible-looking name brought the language quite a lot of attention.

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