Icelandic Personal Pronouns

As with many language acquisition courses, 

one often starts with personal pronouns.

Icelandic:

Nominative: ég, þú, hann, hún, það, við, þið, þeir, þær, þau. 

Accusative : mig, þig, hann, hana, það, okkur, ykkur, þá, þær, þau. 

Dative: mér, þér, honum, henni, því, okkur, ykkur, þeim, þeim, þeim. 

Genitive: mín, þín, hans, hennar, þess, okkar, ykkar, þeirra, þeirra, þeirra. 

今日は、息子の幼稚園用のスニーカーを買いに行ってきましたー✨

ナイキもアディダスもニューバランスもうちにあるのになぜか絶対このアシックスのスクスクシリーズしか幼稚園に履いていかない息子。
これだと速く走れるんだって(本当か?)www

ということで来週の運動会のために買い足し❤️

これだけを買いに行ったはずなのなぜかサルエルパンツも買っちゃったε=(・o・*) フゥ

これ、履いた時のラインが綺麗で生地も柔らかいので、サイズアップでの買い足し3回目💕

息子には多分新しい服買ってもらったー🎵って感じはないだろうなー(´-﹏-`;)

#shopping#息子#meinheim#sukusuku#asics

Today was just so, so, really good. My flatmates and I went grocery shopping, then we came home and had noodles. Whilst we ate the noodles, we watched St. Trinians. That is one of my favourite films in the whole wide world forever and stuff. My favourite character is probably Annabelle because she is just so gorgeous. This is a photo of me being Annabelle. You can see because I hold the same pose as she does throughout the film. 

xx Villi 

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