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They speak Spanish and Basque ( "euskera" or "el vasco / vascuence").
I found them to be a people and a region very much like ourselves, there are those who will kick up a stink about being called 'spanish' and vice versa and then there's the bulk of people who aren't bothered either way, who will chat away in castillian spanish and won't take massive offence if you don't know how to speak euskera.
In our particular case, the question is put in very simple terms: “Why do you write in euskera and not in Spanish or French?”
# zoe duneon 08 Jan 2008 at 10:42 pm sony is euskera for queefers.
And so the question “Why do you write in euskera, a language that is only spoken by 800 thousand people?” doesn’t make much sense.