The Icelandic language is considered to be the official language for Iceland. The language is considered to be one of the oldest and the most historical languages in Europe. The language is considered to be one of the groups of the languages of the North Germanic languages. Regardless the rise of the Icelandic language for thousands of years, there had been huge evidence that many languages had been influencing the linages, which changed many of its systems and structures. The main languages that had been influencing the Icelandic language are considered to be the Danish language, the Celtic languages, the Norwegian language, and the Swedish language (Evans, 2014).
The Hungarian language is considered to be one of the oldest languages in Europe. The bases of the Hungarian language had been related to the establishment of the Hungarian state in the first century. Hungarian language is considered to be used by the Hungarian people, as well; as other groups of people, such as; Yugoslavians, Slovakian, and Romanian people. The language is considered to be holding a huge heritage in Europe, such the thirteenth century. In the beginning of the sixteenth century, the Hungarian language was spread and structured in an orthographically approach. The studies around the Hungarian language had been ensuring that the language is considered to be related to the Uralic family language, while holding different features and characteristics from the other Uralic languages. At the same time, the studies of the languages history had been stating that during the fourteenth century, there was the first exposure for the Hungarian production, throughout the poetries and the literature (Frank, Hanák, & Sugar, 1994).