About Basque Language
According to Wikipedia.org, The Basque language is popularly known as Euskara. It is spoken in Southwestern Europe, much before it was Romanized in the 1st century BCE. This language is used in an area that consists of 3,900 square miles in France and Spain. There is a wide range of Basque speakers in America and Europe. According to the latest updates, the total number of speakers is bilingual. In the 21st century, the total number of speakers has exceeded one million. You will be surprised to know that there is a total of eight dialects of Basque. However, the division is not very strong to mask the origin. These speech forms are used for mutual understanding. At the beginning of the era dialects of Basque are only spoken in the North and South of the Pyrenees. The dialects for now are completely overcome by Latin.