Didn't Japan borrow it's alphabet from China? Why doesn't Japan use the latin alphabet? Wouldn't 26 letters be easier than 2000?
Isn't Russian harder than Polish due to Cyrillic alphabet?
Well, China was our nearest and the only neighbour which already had developed the writing system in the eastern Asia as early as around 2nd century, so it was natural that we borrowed their system and we still didn't know there were other writing systems in other parts of the world ;)
Larning Cyrillic alphabet is is just like learning Latin alphabet, there are only 33 letters.
would you like to dvelop on this?
past tense of "go" in ru.
shol, shla, shlo, shli
past tense of "go" in pl.
szedłem, szłam, szedłeś, szłaś, szedł, szła, szło, szliśmy, szłyśmy, szliście, szłyście, szli, szły
Here is a wonderful and useful online dictionary of Polish, "Słownik odmiany wyrazów(dictionary of expression types)" which helps you find all the possible verb changes and noun reflections, plus the words derived from the verbs and nouns.
For example, you can type "chodzić" and search. You will find many word options derived from this one word. It's really fun!! ;)