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Icelandic, an Indo-European language belonging to the North Germanic sub-group, is the official language of Iceland. It is closely related to Norwegian and Faroese, although there are slight traces of Celtic influence in ancient Icelandic literature. Icelandic is an insular language, and as such, it has not been influenced greatly by other languages. As a result, the language has changed very little from when the country was settled in the ninth and tenth centuries. Because of this resistance to change, texts from the twelfth century are still understandable to Icelandic schoolchildren.
While assisting our international clients, InText always relies on three pillars of our competitiveness:
Icelandic is one of the rarest languages in Europe. At the same time, Icelandic language specialists are true professionals, building cultural bridges between Icelandic and other languages of the world.