Yes. More generally I think it's a good idea to create a sitewide close reason whenever we find that we're having to create the same custom close reason (Off Topic + Other) over and over again.
The proposed close reason can be slightly expanded to cover analogous situations where a person asks an English related question arising from an error or misunderstanding, and where the answer is unlikely to be of interest to anybody but the OP. What I have in mind is covered by the description of the #errors tag:
Questions arising from error (real or perceived): solecism, malapropism, mondegreens, eggcorns, disputed usages, so-called "corruption", folk etymologies, but also requests for interpretation when the text in question arguably contains an error, and questions which stem from a misunderstanding. Do not use when an error has not been made: for example, "which is correct" questions arise from uncertainty, not error.
Obviously some questions about such things are of general interest and I do not mean all such questions should be closed! Only questions which rest upon such an error and are too unlikely to help future readers should be closed.
Proposed close reason
This question rests upon a typographical, grammatical, or logical error or similar misunderstanding either in the question or in the text being asked about. While similar questions may be on-topic here, this one is unlikely to help future readers. This can often be avoided by consulting a good dictionary or searching within written works before posting.