Many questions are closed here under the close reason:
Question about the grammatical rules or specific characteristics of a language.
Use this reason when a question asks for an explanation of grammatical rules or specific characteristics of a language rather than asking about techniques or resources for learning or teaching a language. Consider leaving a comment directing the user to a language-specific site if there is one for the language they're asking about. If the question is good quality and should be migrated, consider flagging for moderator attention.
Sometimes they're able to be migrated to another site, sometimes they're not. These closures waste the authors time, and it wastes our time. I'm hoping we can make it more obvious to the authors that these are off topic before asking.
Question: How can we reduce the number of off-topic "specific characteristics of a language" questions?
I'm looking to brainstorm ideas on how we can reduce this problem. Please keep to one idea per answer so people can vote accordingly.