"According to a recent scientific study, researchers found that the brain processes different languages in different ways. The study looked at brain activity in native speakers of English and Chinese when listening to their native languages and found that the Chinese speakers used both sides of their brains, whereas the English speakers only used the left side of their brains. The conclusion is that Chinese is more difficult to understand and speak than English.
Chinese is one of the toughest languages to learn. Like, it doesn't sound like English, and some words are hard to pronounce. Like, I'm Chinese, and it's easy to speak it(I was taught in school), but for other kids in my class, they can't quite grasp those words
It depends what language you are speaking to begin with. For example, if you already know German, it's easy to learn English because it has the same grammatical structure and a lot of similar words. But it would be hard to learn English if your first language had a totally different structure.