We have quite a few tags for specific languages, e.g. chinese, english, japanese, mongolian, spanish, esperanto, french, hebrew, german, russian, korean, greek, arabic, aramaic, thai, tagalog, tamazight, tatar, swahili, latin, georgian and danish. In addition, we also have a few tags for language families.
We regularly get questions about specific features of individual languages, e.g.
- Why is right spell “eating” not “eatting”? (now deleted)
- 'Leuk-' prefix in greek and its grammatically correct usage
- Does the BCS adjective “sinji” (grey-blue) have an associated noun?
People who submit such questions usually also select the correct language-specific tags (or tags for language families), so it is likely that they see the pop-up tag wiki excerpt. But all of our tag wiki excerpts follow this pattern (or something very similar):
Questions related to [language X], ...
Should we reformulate these tag wiki excerpt using the following pattern to reduce the number of off-topic questions? (Emphasis added:)
Questions related to learning or teaching [language X], ...