In my view, it looks like it.
This is from both personal experience and observation.
My top voted question so far is regarding English idioms corresponding to a proverb in Tamil(my native language).
@Soudabeh's profile is loaded with such questions, as evident from her( or his?) Profile page. And most of them are very well received (high up-votes, viewed many times, favorited by many, diverse answers, lots of comments and discussions).
That said, in recent times I've also come across questions (sample) concerning the very basics of English, but tend to get less votes/views. However they attract well researched and well written answers from users.
1. If I happen to have lots of questions about English equivalents of thousands of expressions from my native language, can I ask them too without any hesitation?(of course after duly verifying that they have not been asked before)
2. Why is that "English equivalents of foreign phrases" questions are (generally) more popular than other types of questions(grammar, etymology, pronunciation or anything that a serious English language enthusiast would be interested in)?
P.S: I enjoy @Soudabeh's questions and this question is more about my curiosity than me being nitpicky. I apologize in advance for taking (user)names of others. Please feel free to edit and remove the information if that's unnecessary.