LINGUA

The study of languages' evolution over time is perhaps one the most fascinating and mentally challenging studies in the world.

A complete listing of the worlds langauges (the ones still in use that is) and their relations can be found in The Ethnologue, and general information about linguistics can be found on the Linguistic Society of America website or in the Glossary of Linguistic Terms.

Verbix is an online verb conjugator that has a great deal of ancillary information about various languages.

I have so far focused my studies mainly on indo-european tongues:
From Germanic,

Danish (Dansk)
English
German (Deutsch)
Gothic (Extinct)
Norwegian (Norsk)
Swedish (Svenska)
to Romance,
French (Français)
Latin
Spanish (Español)
to Slavic,
Polish
to Gaelic, Greek,
and Indic,
Sanskrit

Local American languages have also caught my fancy once upon a time:

Cherokee

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Last Alteration Performed: 7 October 2017 by Bradley James Wogsland.