Dreaming of traveling to Iceland? Looking to finally be able to pronounce the name of the famed Icelandic volcano of 2010, Eyjafijallajökull?

You can now learn Icelandic for free online through your library and Mango Languages.

Judging just by its name alone, Iceland seems like the home of nothing but frozen tundra, but that couldn’t be further from the truth. A hotel made of ice, sunshine at midnight, natural hot springs, a prime view of the Northern Lights and active volcanoes all attest to the fact that Iceland is a place of excitement and energy. In fact, you might say that visiting Iceland is as epic as its proud Norse sagas.

Here’s a glimpse of what you’ll see in the Icelandic course.

For example, to say, “Hello, how are you?” in Icelandic, you literally say, “Blissful. How do you have it?”

learn icelandic

learn icelandic


Cultural notes like this one throughout the course teach you about Icelandic culture and reinforce what you’re learning in the chapter.

learn icelandic

learn icelandic







Mango teaches you the most relevant information you need to know to start to speak Icelandic right away. Most importantly, you’ll have some fun in your new language by learning things like this:

learn icelandic

learn icelandic


Already use Mango Languages through your library? Check out the course list to see these new additions.

Want to see if your library offers Mango? Visit findmango.com to find out and start learning!


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6 Responses to Learn Icelandic with Mango Languages: New Language Release

  1. Sharon says:

    I don’t see Icelandic yet!! I was so excited because we’re going to Iceland in three months. Do you know when it’ll be available on the library dashboards?

    • Hi Sharon! I’m sorry you weren’t able to see Icelandic on your dashboard! Could you tell me through which library you access Mango and I can check into that for you? We’ll make sure you’re speaking Icelandic before your trip! :)

  2. Jess says:

    Do I have to use a public library to access mango? No library near me has it :(

    • Hi Jess,

      If your library doesn’t offer free access to Mango, you can purchase downloadable courses to use on your own. To check out the courses, visit http://www.mangolanguages.com and choose the language you want to learn. You can also try reaching out to your librarian to express your interest in accessing Mango through your library.

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