English has a simple alphabet and everyone is equal
The Latin alphabet is the most widely used alphabet in the world.
The English alphabet is very easy, making it easier to master than symbols or images that make up several languages. If you have trouble learning more complicated alphabets, you might find you are making more progress with English, which shares the alphabet with many other languages.
There are no complicated symbols and characters in English; even in French, which basically uses the same alphabet, there are several accents used in certain letters that change the pronunciation. That doesn’t happen in English. Also, no matter how important they are, everyone is referred to as “you” – there are no polite and informal variants to make you annoyed (like in France with “tu” and “vous”, for example), so you don’t need to worry about creating social awkwardness by being too familiar. And unlike many other European languages, there are no masculine and feminine words to remember.