Sorry to bother you with this kind of fennocentric stuff, but as we Finns are notoriously obsessed by the constant wondering about how the Others see us, I just couldn’t help it. Forgive me, if I recall correctly we have discussed on this forum about the various languages of Europe and the facts that the Finnish language among the Sami and the Bask languages are the only non-Indo-European languages still spoken in Europe (thus pre-dating the indo-European languages), also that the Sami and the Finnish are synthetic languages making the latter two closer to the languages such as the Navajo than any contemporary European language. I do not know if I gave proper examples last time but just gaze these two pictures and tell me isn’t the Finnish language both insanely difficult and utterly ludicrous? (btw. the first picture shows how an analytic language differs from a synthetic one).