A unique feature of Basque is that, unlike English, the definite article comes after the noun as a suffix. In general, a noun in Basque is made definite with the suffix '-ak'.
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. If you are planning on doing some travelling, learning Basque would be a great way to make the most of your trip.
Get by in Basque with these basic Basque words & phrases.
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