Translation:What will you do when you see the crocodile?
"Complicate[d]"? Well, not really this makes Esperanto even easier and more logical. However, I admit it might sound wried to native english speakers (and I guess others whose mother toe is a Germanic language). The thing is about to learn a different way of thinking. English is really about the relations between the actions in time (the chronological order of the actions), but many languages don't care for it.
You can not compare the easiness of a new language to learn during just some weeks with your natif language you've learnt during ten years.
But you can compare the easiness of learning Esperanto with learning French, Russian, Chineese. You need about ten times more time to reach the same level.
Learning a more logical language like Esperanto pushes/obligates you to understand better the illogical things and unnecessary complications in your natural language, so you will better learn your native language.