Re: Hungarian/Finnish: Which one is more difficult?
I have always thought Finnish is difficult, but it seems to me my native language is more difficult. Hungarian has definite and indefinite article (Finnish does not), although English or other European languages have articles, too, the usage of them differs, so one could get confused by differences. The definite and indefinite conjugation of verbs is the most difficult thing for learners of Hungarian (Finnish has not), the choice of vowels in vowel harmony is bigger in Hungarian (4 in Hungarian, 2 in Finnish?). Possessive suffixes in Hungarian are more complex. On the other hand Finnish nominal declension is complicated and Finnish has more tenses (Hungarian 3).
[ɒkinɛk humorɒ vɒn, mindɛnˤtud, ɒkinɛk niŋʧ, mindɛnrɛ ke.pɛʃ]