Discover the Basque Language
If you're learning Basque you may very well want to get an overview of the language, some of its unique features, geographical information about native speakers as well as loads of information on grammar, linguistics, history, diaspora and general language structure.
All of this and more is available in Wikipedia's Basque entry. There are also some interesting links at the bottom which take you to further resources to explore and learn about the language of the Basque Country in northeastern Spain and southwestern France.
Don't Miss the Basque Language Category Page
This may seem pretty obvious, but many people overlook reading the Wikipedia entry! Plus, most don't know about the related and useful Wikipedia category for the Basque language, which takes you much deeper into the language.
Basque Language Introduction
Basque (Euskara, [eus̺ˈkaɾa]) is the ancestral language of the Basque people, who inhabit the Basque Country, a region spanning an area in northeastern Spain and southwestern France. The vast majority of Basques live in Spain with only a small minority in France.
The Basque language, considered a linguistic isolate, inspires mystery and curiosity alike.