That makes sense, I think it's great to become proficient in a language very different from one's native tongue, and Finnish is perhaps the most unique language of them all. I've only learned Español and Français, but they are not so distant from English, at least in terms of the basic latin grammatical structure and conjugation. I look forward to learning an Asian language (Japanese) in the near future, and Chinese characters.
I have to say, however, that the stylistic components of the English language (particularly the variety spoken in the USA) is very rich and extremely difficult for non-native speakers to use in a way that sounds natural. We can perceive subtle incongruities in the use of various phrases that alert us to the undeniable fact that the source is foreign. I've spent some time in Paris bars trying to teach a French person to say "motherfucker" with the attitude, depth of feeling, and intensity, of an American. No luck, thus far.
I've also learned that one can be both grammatically correct and stylistically proficient in a language, while also being concise. That's the true state-of-the-art, in any language. In American English we still love the art, even if mastery of English by most Americans is poor, and getting worse every year.
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