Hi, good morning.
Lol, I see, we became linguisters for a short time.
As for hungarian, it is also a very difficult language for forigners, and I can understand it, because it has very complicated grammar rules.
I am originally a hungarian language teacher as well, and when I taught at elementary school, there were some basic grammar rules to cause problems for hungarian children as well.
In hungarian grammar, writing and pronouncing is almost same, so I understood Gaby's question in the first moment.
I don't want to hurt native english speakers, but hungarian is more colourful than english is.
You can express thoughts more colorfully hungarian than english.