Basque is a language spoken in the Basque Country, a region located in the western Pyrenees Mountains on the border between France and Spain. It is the only remaining pre-Indo-European language in Europe. Basque is a language isolate, meaning it is not related to any other known language. It is believed to have developed independently from any other language, making it one of the most unique languages in the world. Basque has a complex grammar and is notoriously difficult to learn for speakers of other languages. However, its unique structure and pronunciation make it a fascinating language to study. Basque is spoken by approximately 700,000 people, most of whom live in the Basque Country. It is an official language in both France and Spain, and is also taught in schools across the region. Despite its small number of speakers, Basque has a rich history and culture. The Basque people have a strong sense of identity and are proud of their language and heritage. If you're interested in learning Basque, there are a number of resources available online and in print. With a little dedication, you can be speaking this unique language in no time.

Language group

Basque (family)

Language locales, regions and scripts

Basque, Spain, Latin
Basque, Spain
Basque, Latin