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Icelandic Lessons
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Icelandic LessonsIndustrial Landscape. Teaching and Research in ArchitectureTaschenbuchvon Harry GuggerEAN: 9783906027807Einband: Kartoniert / BroschiertSprache: EnglischSeiten: 160Abbildungen: 284 farbige und 49 Schwarz-Weiß- Abbildungen, Grafiken,

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Stand: 12.10.2017
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Icelandic Lessons:Industrial Landscape. Teaching and Research in Architecture

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Stand: 19.10.2017
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Pimsleur Icelandic Level 1 Lessons 11-15: Learn...
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The Pimsleur® Method: the easiest, fastest way to learn a new language. Completely portable, easily downloadable, and lots of fun. You´ll be speaking and understanding in no time flat! This course includes lessons 11 through -15 from the Icelandic level 1 program, featuring 2.5 hours of language instruction. Each lesson provides 30 minutes of spoken language practice, with an introductory conversation and new vocabulary and structures. Detailed instructions enable you to understand and participate in the conversation. Practice for vocabulary introduced in previous lessons is included in each lesson. The emphasis is on pronunciation and comprehension and on learning to speak Icelandic. Reading lessons begin in lesson 11 to provide you with an introduction to reading Icelandic. These lessons are designed to teach you to sound out words with correct pronunciation and accent. A reading booklet to be used with the audio lessons is also included in PDF format. Icelandic, the official language of Iceland, is spoken by the island nation´s entire population of just over 330,000. In addition, approximately 8,000 speakers live in Denmark and 6,500 in North America. Descended from Old Norse, Icelandic is one of the Nordic languages belonging to a subgroup of Northern Germanic languages that also includes Norwegian and Faroese (spoken in the remote Faroe Islands off the coast of Denmark). The insular Icelandic language has not changed significantly since the Middle Ages and is considered a part of the country´s national identity. The government´s Icelandic Language Committee, charged with maintaining linguistic purism, keeps foreign words from influencing the language by coining new terms (usually constructed by combining old words) to describe modern concepts. For example, the word computer did not exist in Icelandic, so a new word, tölva, was created. Tölva is a combination of two existing words, tala (number) and v�... Language: English. Narrator: Pimsleur. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/sans/007473de/bk_rhde_002536_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Stand: 12.04.2017
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Pimsleur Icelandic Level 1 Lessons 26-30: Learn...
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The Pimsleur® Method: the easiest, fastest way to learn a new language. Completely portable, easily downloadable, and lots of fun. You´ll be speaking and understanding in no time flat! This course includes lessons 26 through 30 from the Icelandic Level 1 program, featuring 2.5 hours of language instruction. Each lesson provides 30 minutes of spoken language practice, with an introductory conversation and new vocabulary and structures. Detailed instructions enable you to understand and participate in the conversation. Practice for vocabulary introduced in previous lessons is included in each lesson. The emphasis is on pronunciation and comprehension and on learning to speak Icelandic. Reading instruction is included at the end of each lesson to provide you with an introduction to reading Icelandic. In addition the combined reading lessons from the Icelandic Level 1 course are included. These lessons, which total one hour and 15 minutes, are designed to teach you to sound out words with correct pronunciation and accent. A reading booklet is included with your download. Icelandic, the official language of Iceland, is spoken by the island nation´s entire population of just over 330,000. In addition, approximately 8,000 speakers live in Denmark and 6,500 in North America. Descended from Old Norse, Icelandic is one of the Nordic languages belonging to a subgroup of Northern Germanic languages that also includes Norwegian and Faroese (spoken in the remote Faroe Islands off the coast of Denmark). The insular Icelandic language has not changed significantly since the Middle Ages and is considered a part of the country´s national identity. The government´s Icelandic Language Committee, charged with maintaining linguistic purism, keeps foreign words from influencing the language by coining new terms (usually constructed by combining old words) to describe modern concepts. For example, the word computer did not exist in Icelandic... Language: English. Narrator: Pimsleur. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/sans/007474de/bk_rhde_002536_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Pimsleur Icelandic Level 1 Lessons 16-20: Learn...
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The Pimsleur® Method: the easiest, fastest way to learn a new language. Completely portable, easily downloadable, and lots of fun. You´ll be speaking and understanding in no time flat! This course includes lessons 16 through 20 from the Icelandic level 1 program, featuring 2.5 hours of language instruction. Each lesson provides 30 minutes of spoken language practice, with an introductory conversation and new vocabulary and structures. Detailed instructions enable you to understand and participate in the conversation. Practice for vocabulary introduced in previous lessons is included in each lesson. The emphasis is on pronunciation and comprehension and on learning to speak Icelandic. Reading instruction is included at the end of each lesson to provide you with an introduction to reading Icelandic. A reading booklet is included with your download. Icelandic, the official language of Iceland, is spoken by the island nation´s entire population of just over 330,000. In addition, approximately 8,000 speakers live in Denmark and 6,500 in North America. Descended from Old Norse, Icelandic is one of the Nordic languages belonging to a subgroup of Northern Germanic languages that also includes Norwegian and Faroese (spoken in the remote Faroe Islands off the coast of Denmark). The insular Icelandic language has not changed significantly since the Middle Ages and is considered a part of the country´s national identity. The government´s Icelandic Language Committee, charged with maintaining linguistic purism, keeps foreign words from influencing the language by coining new terms (usually constructed by combining old words) to describe modern concepts. For example, the word computer did not exist in Icelandic, so a new word, tölva, was created. Tölva is a combination of two existing words, tala (number) and völva (a prophetess or magical seer), so it means, literally, ´´number prophet´´. PLEASE NOTE: When... Language: English. Narrator: Pimsleur. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/sans/007470de/bk_rhde_002536_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Stand: 06.05.2017
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Pimsleur Icelandic Level 1 Lessons 6-10: Learn ...
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The Pimsleur® Method: the easiest, fastest way to learn a new language. Completely portable, easily downloadable, and lots of fun. You´ll be speaking and understanding in no time flat! This course includes lessons 6 through 10 from the Icelandic level 1 program, featuring 2.5 hours of language instruction. Each lesson provides 30 minutes of spoken language practice, with an introductory conversation and new vocabulary and structures. Detailed instructions enable you to understand and participate in the conversation. Practice for vocabulary introduced in previous lessons is included in each lesson. The emphasis is on pronunciation and comprehension and on learning to speak Icelandic. Icelandic, the official language of Iceland, is spoken by the island nation´s entire population of just over 330,000. In addition, approximately 8,000 speakers live in Denmark and 6,500 in North America. Descended from Old Norse, Icelandic is one of the Nordic languages belonging to a subgroup of Northern Germanic languages that also includes Norwegian and Faroese (spoken in the remote Faroe Islands off the coast of Denmark). The insular Icelandic language has not changed significantly since the Middle Ages and is considered a part of the country´s national identity. The government´s Icelandic Language Committee, charged with maintaining linguistic purism, keeps foreign words from influencing the language by coining new terms (usually constructed by combining old words) to describe modern concepts. For example, the word computer did not exist in Icelandic, so a new word, tölva, was created. Tölva is a combination of two existing words, tala (number) and völva (a prophetess or magical seer), so it means, literally, ´´number prophet´´. Language: English. Narrator: Pimsleur. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/sans/007469de/bk_rhde_002536_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Stand: 12.04.2017
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Pimsleur Icelandic Level 1 Lessons 21-25: Learn...
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The Pimsleur® Method: the easiest, fastest way to learn a new language. Completely portable, easily downloadable, and lots of fun. You´ll be speaking and understanding in no time flat! This course includes lessons 21 through 25 from the Icelandic Level 1 program, featuring 2.5 hours of language instruction. Each lesson provides 30 minutes of spoken language practice, with an introductory conversation and new vocabulary and structures. Detailed instructions enable you to understand and participate in the conversation. Practice for vocabulary introduced in previous lessons is included in each lesson. The emphasis is on pronunciation and comprehension and on learning to speak Icelandic. Reading instruction is included at the end of each lesson to provide you with an introduction to reading Icelandic. A reading booklet is included with your download. Icelandic, the official language of Iceland, is spoken by the island nation´s entire population of just over 330,000. In addition, approximately 8,000 speakers live in Denmark and 6,500 in North America. Descended from Old Norse, Icelandic is one of the Nordic languages belonging to a subgroup of Northern Germanic languages that also includes Norwegian and Faroese (spoken in the remote Faroe Islands off the coast of Denmark). The insular Icelandic language has not changed significantly since the Middle Ages and is considered a part of the country´s national identity. The government´s Icelandic Language Committee, charged with maintaining linguistic purism, keeps foreign words from influencing the language by coining new terms (usually constructed by combining old words) to describe modern concepts. For example, the word computer did not exist in Icelandic, so a new word, tölva, was created. Tölva is a combination of two existing words, tala (number) and völva (a prophetess or magical seer), so it means, literally, ´´number prophet´´. PLEASE NOT... Language: English. Narrator: Pimsleur. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/sans/007475de/bk_rhde_002536_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Pimsleur Icelandic Level 1 Lessons 1-5: Learn t...
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The Pimsleur® Method: the easiest, fastest way to learn a new language. Completely portable, easily downloadable, and lots of fun. You´ll be speaking and understanding in no time flat! This course includes lessons 1 through 5 from the Icelandic Level 1 program, featuring 2.5 hours of language instruction. Each lesson provides 30 minutes of spoken language practice, with an introductory conversation and new vocabulary and structures. Detailed instructions enable you to understand and participate in the conversation. Practice for vocabulary introduced in previous lessons is included in each lesson. The emphasis is on pronunciation and comprehension and on learning to speak Icelandic. A user´s guide is included. Icelandic, the official language of Iceland, is spoken by the island nation´s entire population of just over 330,000. In addition, approximately 8,000 speakers live in Denmark and 6,500 in North America. Descended from Old Norse, Icelandic is one of the Nordic languages belonging to a subgroup of Northern Germanic languages that also includes Norwegian and Faroese (spoken in the remote Faroe Islands off the coast of Denmark). The insular Icelandic language has not changed significantly since the Middle Ages and is considered a part of the country´s national identity. The government´s Icelandic Language Committee, charged with maintaining linguistic purism, keeps foreign words from influencing the language by coining new terms (usually constructed by combining old words) to describe modern concepts. For example, the word computer did not exist in Icelandic, so a new word, tölva, was created. Tölva is a combination of two existing words, tala (number) and völva (a prophetess or magical seer), so it means, literally, ´´number prophet´´. PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying reference material will be available in your Library section along with the audio. Language: English. Narrator: Pimsleur. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/sans/007472de/bk_rhde_002536_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Stand: 12.04.2017
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The Icelandic Financial Crisis - A Study into t...
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This book presents a detailed account of Icelands recovery from the tumultuous banking collapse that overturned its financial industry in 2008. Early chapters recount how Icelands central bank was unable to follow the quantitative easing policies of the time to print money and save the banks, while serving the world´s smallest currency area. The book goes on to explore how the government exercised force majeure rights to implement emergency legislation aimed at preventing the socialization of losses. Later chapters investigate how, eight years later, these policies have yielded renewed growth and reinvigorated liquidity streams for the financial system. The authors argue that Iceland, long-called the canary in the coal mine of the developed world, offers important lessons for the future. This book will be useful to all readers interested in better understanding the unique history of Icelands banking crisis and the phenomena of its recovery. Ásgeir Jónsson is Associate Professor of Money and Banking and Chair of the Department of Economics at the University of Iceland. In 2004, he became the Chief Economist and Head of Research at Kaupthing Bank, then the largest bank in Iceland. After the banking collapse in 2008, he continued at his post at the Arion Bank, the restored domestic arm of Kaupthing, before accepting his current position at the University of Iceland in 2011. Ásgeir is the author of several books and numerous articles on topics ranging from banking and finance, spatial economics, to economic history and literature. He has also written several books about the Icelandic economy, among them a book about the Icelandic banking collapse of 2008 entitled, Why Iceland? (McGraw-Hill Education, 2009). Hersir Sigurgeirsson is Associate Professor of Finance at the School of Business at the University of Iceland. From 2003 to 2006, he was employed in risk management and then proprietary trading at Kaupthing Bank, Iceland, before joining Saga Capital Investment Bank in Akureyri as the Managing Director of Risk Management. Hersir has written extensively on finance as well as undertaking advisory work for organizations such as the World Bank. He received an M.Sc. in Financial Mathematics from Stanford University, US, in 1999 and a Ph.D. in Applied and Computational Mathematics from the same school in 2001.

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Stand: 11.07.2017
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The Glaciers of Iceland - A Historical, Cultura...
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This book is the first comprehensive overview and evaluation of the origins, history and current size and condition of all of Icelands major glaciers (including Vatnajökull, the largest in Europe) at the beginning of the twenty-first century. It is not only illustrated with many beautiful photographs and graphs of recent statistics and scientific data, but is also a collection of historical writings and drawings from annals, sagas, folk tales, diaries, reports, stories and poems, as it presents a unique approach to the study of glaciers on an island in the North Atlantic. Balancing and comparing the world of man with the world of nature, the perceptions of art and culture with the systematic and pragmatic analyses of science, The Glaciers of Iceland present a wide spectrum of readers with a new and stimulating view of the origins, development and possible future of these massive natural phenomena, as well as the study and role of glaciology, within specific time lines and geographical locations. Icelandic glaciers the author argues could prove essential for understanding the current unsettling progress of global warming. The glaciers of Iceland, therefore, aims at presenting to a wide readership an original, historical, cultural and scientific overview of these geophysical features in Iceland while also suggesting increasingly important lessons and models for mans future interaction with the worlds glaciers as a whole.

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Stand: 08.11.2016
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