Seniors & Retirees & Baby Boomers

Check one off the bucket list

Have you always dreamt of being able to speak another language? Are you worried that you’ve left it too long to start?  You’re never too old to learn a new language and Sixtyvocab can help you kick start your ambition.  Even if you haven’t spoken a word of a foreign language since school, it doesn’t matter.  Using our simple and effective mobile app, you can learn at your own pace and track your progress along the way using the learning tracker.

Just 20 minutes/day

By dedicating just 20 minutes each day to the Sixtyvocab mobile application, you can begin to learn a new language.  You can work your way through the fun and motivational interactive games and start learning new vocab within minutes.  There is no time to get bored, as the fun filled sessions are short enough to keep you interested, yet long enough to I’m sure you are learning plenty of new vocab.

Stay sharp, Keep the brain working

Learning a new language is a great way to stay sharp and keep your brain working.  In fact, some psychologists have likened learning a new language to sending your brain to the gym.  Keeping your brain fit is important, but having fun whilst you’re doing it is even better.  Some people worry that learning a new language at a later stage of life is more difficult, but some research suggests there is no difference between younger people and more mature learners in their ability to pick up new skills.