Little sentences in Icelandic #6

Icelandic conjugation (1)

Little sentences to use the verbs að reyna (to try), að veiða (to hunt) and að mölva (to hit).

Ég reyni pils. (I try a skirt)
Þú reynir spila á körfuknattleikuri. (You try to play basketball)
Hann reynir buxur. (He tries trousers)
Við reynum spila á fótbolti. (We try to play football)
Þið reynið jakkaföt. (You (pl) try a suit)
Þau reyna spila á handbolti. (They try to play handball)

Ég veiði villigölt. (I hunt the wild boar)
Þú veiðir krónhjört. (You hunt the deer)
Hann veiðir kanínu. (He hunts the rabbit)
Við veiðum úlf. (We hunt the wolf)
Þið veiðið ljón. (You (pl) hunt the lion)
Þeir veiða antilópa. (They hunt the antelope)

Ég mölva á dyr. (I hit/knock at? the door)
Þú mölvar í poka. (You hit the bag)
Hann mölvar konuna sínu. (He hits his wife)
Við mölvum um borði. (We hit on the table)
Þið mölvið hart í berjasti. (You (pl) hit hard during the fight)
Þæ mölva um teppi til að má duft. (They hit on the carpet to remove the dust)

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2 thoughts on “Little sentences in Icelandic #6

  1. bouquinette000 says:

    að reyna > more used for action. trying to do something that you re not sure to succeed. ex: reyna að fara , reyna að læra, reyna að klára

    If it’s for a car / shoes / clothes, prefer “að profa”

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