Icelandic belongs to the Nordic language branch.
Although heavily related to old Norse, it is not mutually intelligible with other scandinavian languages. Although like Scandinavia, they speak very good English as well as other Scandinavian languages, predominantly Danish due to its past links to the country.
C, Q, W, and Z are not used in the Icelandic alphabet, only in loan words and foreign words.
Icelandic Latin Alphabet
There are 32 letters in the Icelandic alphabet.
It does use accents, see below:
Full Icelandic Alphabet
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Hver maður er borinn frjáls og jafn öðrum að virðingu og réttindum. Menn eru gæddir vitsmunum og samvisku, og ber þeim að breyta bróðurlega hverjum við annan.
All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights. They are endowed with reason and conscience and should act towards one another in a spirit of brotherhood. (Article 1 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights)
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