Learn Basque vocabulary
Basque makes a difference between transitive verbs and intransitive verbs. Transitive verbs are verbs which take an object (I see the girl, I know the man etc.). Transitive verbs in Basque use du as an auxiliary verb. Intransitive verbs are verbs which do not take an object (I work, I go etc.). Intransitive verbs in Basque use da as an auxiliary verb.
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Learn Basque words naturally by listening to the language. This audio course presents the learner with words and phrases in both Basque and English. This shows the learner real life dialogue in real life situations. Just listen, absorb and enjoy.
Proficiency in Basque will improve your chances of being accepted to university. Being able to show to a university admissions clerk that you have studied Basque could add weight to your application.
If you have Basque speaking friends, learning Basque will help you to communicate with them. If your friends speak Basque, learning Basque will give you a better understanding of their culture and way of thinking.
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Get by in Basque with these basic Basque words & phrases.
See you tomorrow
See you again
Beste bat arte
See you later
Basque is spoken by 580,000 people in parts of the Spanish and French states. It is the only language remaining spoken in southwestern Europe before the arrival of Indo-Europeans.
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