You are probably refering to the top two: “I am too old to learn another language”, and “I am just not good at learning languages.” We have taught countless “Senior” students ranging in age from mid 50’s to mid 80’s, and they thrived in our program. It keeps their brains active and “young.” Our oldest student began our Spanish program in 1992 at age 87 so she could communicate in Spanish with the Mexican couple that was going to care for her and her husband in their West Seattle home. So, you are not too old. Assuming you once took some language courses, the reason you never really learned that other language is the way you were taught, which was with the traditional classroom model with textbook, homework, and all that. If the teachers and the program did not have the proper tools to train you, and they definitely did not, then the responsibility for you not having learned is on them, not on you! You obviously learned English well, so now you can learn Spanish well too. There is really no excuse available now, is there?