Sorry man, I didn't mean to come over too harsh back there. Sometimes I just get carried away. Any language can be easy or difficult to learn, it all depends on the learning process. When I studied Latin we began with basic sentences like "canis est in via" - the dog is in the street. Really the English equivalent would be learning to say "dog is in street". It's a little brutish, but by learning where words are supposed to go, and where and how nouns, verbs, adjectives, etc are supposed to be used in a sentence, and what changing the tense does to a sentence, etc etc, the details should fit into place. Languages like Latin or Ancient Greek become a lot harder to learn because there's no-one around who's a native speaker - although I did go to school with a guy who could speak Ancient Greek as close to fluently as anyone's likely to get. Anyway, maybe Corby has my frog? Did she smuggle he into drugs? I hope Indonesia will not kill him. Him is not a drugs dealers. Have you seen my frog?