Also HS is english really hard to learn?
I'll gladly answer that, but what's this got to do with the topic at hand...?
Everyone says English is like SO easy to learn. And partly this is true. But having studied
English at University level I can tell you, if you dig deeper into the language, English isn't exactly easy.
Sure the grammar ("form") is pretty transparent, but the mapping of all the meanings
that need to get conveyed is quite complicated indeed. English needs to rely on things like word order to make certain meanings clear, and there are many rules big and small do modify certain propositions.
If you take a language like German, you have all these things like Case and Flexion, so you'll have to learn a whole lotta paradigms. The grammar/form is hard to learn. But the mapping of all the different meanings is much more apparent.
So the learning curve may be much higher, but structurally German, as a language, is hardly a truly difficult language.
English is easily accessible, sure there are matters of spelling but you don't always need to write, and there are spell-checkers, too, though, like I've mentioned above, quite a few things will not be picked up, and there'll be a lot of mistakes.
... Sorry about my long reply. I am
a linguist, after all...