Little sentences in Icelandic #19

Icelandic conjugation (12)

Góðan daginn!
Still conjugating verbs in Icelandic! (You’re never done with conjugation!)
Today it is about að labba (to walk) and að standa (to stand) in present tense.

að labba (to walk)
Ég labb á sandi. (I walk in the sand.)
Þú labbar fljótt. (You walk fast.)
Hann labbar aleinn. (He walks alone.)
Við löbbum um hverja helgi. (We walk every weekend.)
Þið labbið án þess að vita hvert þið farið. (You walk without knowing where you go.)
Þeir labba í skóginum. (They walk in the forest.)

að standa (to stand)
Ég stend á stól. (I stand on the chair.)
Þú stendur og þú bídur. (You stand and wait.)
Bókin stendu í hillu. (The book stands in the shelf.)
Við stöndum fyrir búðið. (We stand in front of the shop.)
Þið standið við hliðina á ömmu ykkur. (You stand next to you grandmother.)
Þeir standa og horfa á sjóndeildarhringnum. (They stand and look at the horizon.)

 

Bless!

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