No problem at all. I am here to help. We often can get caught
up with little grammar details. Try the "The Pomodoro Technique'.
Set an alarm for 25min and study intensively then give yourself a 5
min break. After 100min give yourself a 15-20 minute
break. It really helps keeping you focused. We have
quite a few retired learners at Rocket Languages and I remember the
topic coming up before. There was even a link to an article posted,
which I can't find right now. Byron or anyone feel free to post a
link or take part in the conversation. The core message of the
study was that if your age gives you an advantage in language
learning than it is for children that haven't reached puberty yet.
So only for the time between birth to puberty children learn faster
and easier than other age groups. After that it really doesn't
matter if your 25, 50 or 75. Your learning progress depends on
other factors like your environment, learning opportunities, your
motivation and learning techniques rather than your age. Your age
shouldn't discourage you at all learning anything. If your
interested in enhancing your learning experience have a look
at Daniel Coyles book, "The Talent Code".