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When a user wants to post their first question here, are they told that our sister site English Language Learners exists […]? As a matter of fact they are, on the right hand side of the Ask a question page there is a notice. But whether new contributors notice or acknowledge its existence, despite the bold formatting and the link in blue, is open to ...


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This is actually an on-topic question for this site. If all questions were as well formulated, users wouldn't be closing so many off-topic questions. Here we have only "one" question. We have context. And the OP clearly explains why he is confused. The OP also provides the answer supplied by the teacher/book. What more can one ask? Yes, there will ...


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This is a 'test of comprehension' question and ought to be on-topic on both ELU (english.stackexchange.com) and ELL as long as you don't specify that it is an examination question, which does seem to create a bit of confusion as in 'what would be the expected answer?' I would suggest it is an English Learner's question and therefore better suited for ELL, ...


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