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    Learning Basque

    I'm looking for a new language to learn. I'm thinking about learning Basque a Pre-Indo-European Language.

    Why would I do that?
    Bosque is the ONLY original western European language left from before the Indo-European language expansion (an expansion which originated in southern Russia).

    So wouldn't it hold that out of all the languages known today the closest to our most distantly known ancestors is the Basque language.

    What do you guys think?

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    Go for it!

    Seems like a very interesting and unique language.

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    I think if you want to learn an exotic language compared to english you should try to learn icelandic. Keep it germanic

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oski View Post
    I think if you want to learn an exotic language compared to english you should try to learn icelandic. Keep it germanic
    Without any perspective from "the outside", it's hard to see what's so special and great about Germanic languages.

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    Well technically Icelandic can be traced back to the Proto-Indo-European language in Southern Russia.

    The only truly western European language still left that originated in Western Europe is Basque.

    I would love to keep it Germanic but the connection to Basque is probably much greater and deeper to our ancestors (going back before the Proto-Indo-European expansion which happend around 6,000 BC to 4,000 BC).

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