Do all languages begin with basics one?
I know that german, French and dutch do, but i'm not sure about the others. Any advice?
Korean starts with the Alphabet and Japanese starts with Hiragana (which is one of the syllabaries), Greek starts with ABC and Czech starts with Hello!. Italian, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, Irish and High Valyrian start with either Basics or Basics 1. (same for English from Spanish) (and those are the ones I have besides the ones you listed)
Basics 1 >> Basics 2>> Phrases>> Food>> Plurals>> Animals>> Food 2>> Possession>> Clothing>> Questions>> Present>> Colours>> Conjuct.>> Prep.>> Time>> Family>> Measure>> Occupation>> Household>> Adject. 1>> Present 2>> Adverbs>> Places>> Objects>> People>> Clitics 1>> Numbers>> Determin.>> Present 3>> Pres. Per.>> Adject. 2>> Infinit. 1>> Pronouns>> Formal You>> Imperative>> Education>> Travel>> Directions>> Past imp.>> Feelings>> Abs. Ob. 1>> Sports>> Past Per.>> Adject. 3>> Adverbs 2>> Abs. Ob. 2>> Infinit 2>> Medical>> Future>> Gerund>> Arts>> Fut. Per>> Abs. Ob3>> Subj.Pres>> Science>> V.Cond.>> V.Modal>> Cond.Per.>> Communic.>> Nature>> Subj. Per.>> Business>> Subj.Imp>> Past>> Spiritual>> Politics