Translation:The Polish language is very easy, right?
By the time you reach that far in the course, you'll certainly have a good idea about the language difficulty :)
Isn't this the same as saying "The Polish language is very easy, correct? In english right and correct mean and imply the same thing
I'm sure it's very easy for native speakers! And it's not that hard (except for everything)!
I heard that Chinese is harder only in all of these characters. But Polish grammar is much more complicated
Chinese language has extremally barebones grammar. There are no grammatical cases, no genders, even no tenses or plural form in Chinese! Yet the infamous chinese writing, pronounciation, and, whats most important, uderstending what people are saying - thats a totally different story ;)
I noticed that you also learned corean. I tryed to learn this langage too and it was far more difficult for me than polish even if I'm french speaking.
Polish grammar is not that complicated, it is just poorly understood by many who teach it, and then hide behind such trite sayings rather than ask the one question they avoid - what do the learners need to be do their learning more effectively. For example, this course attempts to describe Polish tenses using English tenses, ignoring the fact that native English speakers see a who lot more subtlety in tenses than Polish natives, and so the Polish tenses make little sense.
For Czech, Russian and Ukrainian for example I think yes. For Spanish speakers like me, not really but it's funny. I really enjoy learning it. I hope practice with someone in person soon.
you can also use the methode Assimil "polsky bez trudny" or write an add in University to find someone for a tandem Spanish Polish. I succed to find a Mexican ingenior which give me chemestery lesson against french lesson.