Gracias amigo! Si, en wiki se habla acerca de Soda Stereo, y los escuchare, Gustavo tiene letras interesantes, donde alguien lo llamo Bob Dylan de Argentina, no se quanto esta cierto, pero el es extrano.
What do u fill your ears with anyway? And have u heard Bocanada?
Look, I know that your comment's a joke but what if I told you that that's actually not too far away from the truth? We've recently had an upsurge of SJW and PC ideologies of all kinds, and honestly it fucking disgusts me how all this American bullshit slowly finds its way around here.
Yeah well, while Finnish, Estonian and Hungarian don't sound like any other European language, one can still categorize them, as opposed to Greek, which belongs to an entirely independent language category, since there isn't really any other one out there that could come close to ours.
Turkish certainly is a difficult language, due to the fact that it's not a European one, but belongs to a huge branch of middle-eastern languages.
And as for Japanese, we've all learned a few words from a n i m e, now that's for sure.
To me, it's pretty ordinary as that's the language that I've been molded in since birth (besides Russian of course, which I also speak at home).
It's not hard to me at all. I'm also tri-lingual (a while ago I tried picking up German, but my laziness has kinda kept me off from going any further with it tbh).
Of course, when you look at it from another perspective, it's kinda weird that we're one out of the only two countries in the whole Western world (including Cyprus) not to use the Latin script, instead relying on our native one (Greek).
It's practically easy for a native Greek person to learn English/Spanish/Italian/German etc., but it often does NOT work the other way 'round. Y'see, English is taught in all schools here, so it's kind of our entry level card into acquiring the Latin script, and all that so we can communicate with people all over the world, since English happens to be the lingua franca for now.
Thing is, the Greek language is among the most complex ones in the world so it's really hard for someone who didn't grow up speaking it to acquire it.
I believe that you could also say the same about any Slavic language (even though Greek isn't related to them in the slightest) or even any Asian language that has a non-Western script (such as Jewish/Arabic/Chinese/Japanese/Korean etc.).