I am experienced that questions might get closed if they are too localized. I have seen FAQs and I found the "If the question is unlikely to help any future visitors; it is only relevant to a small geographic area, a specific moment in time, or an extraordinarily narrow situation that is not generally applicable to the worldwide audience of the internet then it is too localized. please make the question more broadly applicable".
And may I know on what basis that you measure the "localized" factor of a question? If you ask me, the question that I am posting will be useful to the average non-native english user or an average person from our country at least. At such situation it is useful to the many people who are kind of me and who are at my knowledge level.
It is not good that question is getting closed. I would like to avoid my question get closed stating "too localized"How to identify my self that my question is too localized and how can I get answers for those questions? What research I can do and what care that I can take before posting such questions to avoid closing?