About Icelandic Language
According to Wikipedia.org, Icelandic is the official North Germanic language. It is spoken by over 314,000 people in the world. Most of the native speakers are living in Iceland where it is considered the national language. However, this language is a little more conservative as compared to other German languages. This language features western Norwegian dialects. Even the four cases synthetic grammar is also unique. Surprisingly, the written form of this language is not changed much since the 13 century. Icelandic is also quite similar to Faroese especially the written form. It remains distinctive when compared with English and German. Apart from the native speakers in Iceland, this language is also popular in Denmark. Icelandic is spoken by 8000 people in Denmark and around 1400 in Canada.
About Myanmar (Burmese) Language
According to Wikipedia.org, Myanmar is also known as Burmese. It is a Sino-Tibetan language and is spoken in Myanmar. It is also known as Burma. It is an official language of the Burmans. The language is spoken by the country's principal ethnic group. The Constitution of Myanmar officially accepts the English name of the language and it is officially introduced as the Myanmar language. Most English speakers call the language Burmese. It is spoken as a first language in Burma and is spoken by 33 million people. It is primarily spoken by the Burman people and other ethnic groups. Burmese is a member of the Lolo-Burmese grouping and belongs to the Sino-Tibetan language family.