The Impact of digital technology on the Icelandic language Listening answers
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The Icelandic language
- has approximately 31. speakers
- has a 32. that is still growing
- has not changed a lot over the last thousand years
- has its own words for computer-based concepts, such as web browser and 33.
- are big users of digital technology, such as 34.
- are becoming 35. very quickly
- are having discussions using only English while they are in the 36. at school
- are better able to identify the content of a 37. in English than Icelandic
Technology and Internet companies
- write very little in Icelandic because of the small number of speakers and because of how complicated its 38. is
The Icelandic government
- has set up a fund to support the production of more digital content in the language
- believes that Icelandic has a secure future
- is worried that young Icelanders may lose their 39. as Icelanders
- is worried about the consequences of children not being 40. in either Icelandic or English