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I looked around meta and I was surprised that there hasn't been a discussion (I could find) that tries to delineate what should and shouldn't be considered on topic for ELL but not ELU.
Obviously the old adage "Don't migrate crap" applies, but what divides the two sites' topics?
The question that sparked this question was "
I understand that " answer to " means to answer the question.
But in my book, I saw he wrote " answer for " which takes about responsibility, so i am confused about it!
With cleaning up, this seemed to me like it might be a valid ELL question, but not an ELU one as it seemed to just be about not understanding a phrase.
However as someone who hasn't even earned 100 rep on this site, I was hesitant to assume I knew the topic of the site. Can anyone clarify or point me to a robust resource that I may have missed to make edge cases clearer?
I found questions that address the existence of ELL and try to explain the difference, but they mostly speak to the broad intent of having 2 sites, rather than actually what the two sites separate topics are. Here's an example:
The question here also contains some useful info: