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Icelandic is the official language of Iceland. Icelandic is spoken by more than 300,000 people.

Icelandic is one of the Scandinavian language which belong's to the Indo-European family of languages and is closely related to Old Norse, the erstwhile language used in Norway in the 9th century. Icelandic has remarkably retained its original character over the centuries unlike most languages and has many similarities with Old English.

Icelandic is generally considered to have minimal dialect variation, but it is possible to notice several phonetic and lexical differences between the Southwestern region (which includes the capital, Reykjavk), the Southeast, the North, and the Northwest (the Western Fjords). Although attempts have been made to preserve these dialectal features, most of them are slowly vanishing, and quite a few are already gone. The most widespread dialect is that of Reykjavk, which is the basis for standard Icelandic. 

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