This is what Wikipedia has to say about Finnish language:
I suppose what this wants to say is that Finnish is difficult to learn for native speaker of Indoeuropean languages because it is so different (i.e more difficult than learning another IE language). But I was wondering would Finnish also be more difficult to learn compared to other Finno-Ugric languages like Estonian or Hungarian (for a native speaker of an IE language that is)?Wikipedia said:It has a reputation for being difficult to understand and learn. This, however, is probably better understood as a matter of difference rather than difficulty, per se. The supposed difficulty of Finnish is due not to any inherent features of the languages but rather to the degree its grammar and vocubulary differ from those of the native languages of most people who study it as an additional language.