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What is the difference between english.stackexchange.com and ell.stackexchange.com? [duplicate]

What is the difference between english.stackexchange.com and ell.stackexchange.com? Why two sites are built as English Language forums?
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What should and shouldn't be migrated to ELL? [duplicate]

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 ...
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How to decide if a question is better suited for ELL or EL&U? [duplicate]

DISCLAIMER: I am not a native English speaker but have studied the language and am proficient in its usage. With the birth of ELL, I as an user am puzzled as to whether to direct my question to ELL ...
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"English Language & Usage" versus "English Language Learners" (difference) [duplicate]

What is the difference between this forum ("English Language & Usage") and "English Language Learners"? I see that there are many similar topics—about the meanings of some expressions and ...
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the Difference between English Language and Usage and English Language Learners [duplicate]

English is my second language, and I have accounts with both English Language and Usage and English Language Learners. However, when I look through the questions, my first thought is that they are ...
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What is the difference between the "English language & Usage " and " English language learners"? [duplicate]

What is the difference between the "English language & Usage " and " English language learners"? Could any one clarify the diffrences ?
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2016 Moderator Election Q&A - Question Collection

In connection with the moderator elections, we will be holding a Q&A with the candidates. This is the same as we've done in previous years. It will be an opportunity for members of the community ...
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Should we have a migration path to ELL?

I know that this has been discussed before but, at the time, it was not possible since ELL was still in beta. Now that it has graduated and has had its first mod elections and everything, it might be ...
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2016 Moderator Election Q&A - Questionnaire

Candidate answers, sorted by time of completion: WBT sumelic Lawrence NVZ tchrist choster curiousdannii MετάEd In connection with the moderator elections, we are holding a Q&A thread for ...
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Should we consider going in the other direction with ELU and ELL?

Okay, friends. Here comes the devil's advocate, and he says: As one who has agonized over the blurred lines between ELU and ELL, I now find myself thinking that maybe, after all, we don't need ...
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"This question appears to be off topic because it is better asked on ELL."

A bit of background before I begin: I am a moderator on ELL, and I admit to not being entirely familiar with what is and isn't on-topic here on ELU. I am posting this discussion because I see a trend ...
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Excessive number of fundamental questions

More and more the site seems to be invaded by questions from users whose grasp of English is rudimentary at best, asking something (often indecipherable) about an unquestionably fundamental point of ...
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I have a question, but it's off-topic. Where else could I ask?

ELU attracts a number of kinds of questions that, while superficially ELU material, just don't fit for one reason or another. I propose a set of recommendations that we can give to question askers as ...
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Should I go to the “English Language Learners” site?

I am not an advanced speaker of English. I usually make grammar mistakes. For this reason I want to ask questions related to grammar aspects, grammaticality, meaning of phrases and sentences. I would ...
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Is asking a question on English usage which is obvious for native English speakers but not so for English language learners off-topic?

I asked this question and it was closed as off-topic. Is asking a question on English usage which is obvious for native English speakers but not so for English language learners off-topic in this site?...
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