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Questions about the behavior or usage of tags, which are keywords or labels that categorize and group your question with other, similar questions.

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The image tag currently has no description. Is it for questions that contain an image, questions that request images, or both? Are there any other use cases?
asked Sep 22 '16 by AModHasNoName
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We currently have one question tagged with cognitive-disorder. The tag was probably created just for that question and has no tag wiki excerpt. The question's background part mentions "cognitive ins …
asked Nov 30 '16 by AModHasNoName
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It is hard to impossible to prove that something does not exist, but it is possible to report that certain searches did not lead to relevant results. For this reason, my suggestion is to list paper d …
answered Oct 6 '17 by AModHasNoName
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considered "dead") and older language variants such as Old English and Middle English. However, this tag would be 28 characters long, while Stack Exchange limits the length of tags to 24 characters. So … what would be a good alternative? The only one I can think of now is dead-languages, which would imply that Middle English and Old English are considered "dead". Update: Hatchet pointed out that tags
asked Aug 9 '17 by AModHasNoName
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Since tags can now be 35 characters long, my position is that historical-language-variants is an appropriate tag for this type of questions. From the point of view of language learning, there is …
answered Sep 8 '17 by AModHasNoName
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It seems to me that the tag comparative-linguistics has been used in a way that does not much its usual definition. Wikipedia defines comparative linguistics as a branch of historical linguistics …
asked Sep 22 '16 by AModHasNoName
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I have been adding descriptions to tags that had no guidance and I came across one that is particularly vague, or at least extremely broad: communication is used for only one question, without making … that question significantly easier to find. Do we want to keep it (if yes, with what definition), or should it be replaced with more specific tags, such as [oral-skills], [writing-skills], etc? …
asked Sep 23 '16 by AModHasNoName
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with other tags, such as germanic-languages and finnic-languages? Update September 2017: The tag scandinavian-languages no longer exists (and should not be brought back). …
asked Sep 22 '16 by AModHasNoName
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Not the entire site is about second-language acquisition; native language acquisition is also on topic. If fact, we have more questions tagged native-language than questions tagged l2-acquisition. Ho …
answered Aug 16 '18 by AModHasNoName
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There is currently one question with the tag personalize, which was probably specifically created for this question. I have two objections to it: Tags our typically nouns, not verbs, so …
asked Oct 26 '16 by AModHasNoName
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There are cases when learners will be looking for any resources, regardless whether they are physical or electronic. If we keep the tag resources, this single tag will then be sufficient, instead of t …
answered Aug 20 '17 by AModHasNoName
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All questions with the resources tag have been retagged to use physical-resources, electronic-resources or both. In addition, the tag wiki excerpts now reads as follows: DO NOT USE THIS TAG. Inste …
answered Aug 10 '18 by AModHasNoName
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I consider such questions on topic. We have had several questions like this in the past, e.g. about certificates for Chinese that go beyond CEFR B2 and Is there a TOEFL-like exam for Italian and Frenc …
answered Mar 13 '18 by AModHasNoName
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A few minutes ago, I noticed that there is a speak tag, which has no questions. I don't know who created it. Do we want to keep it? If yes, should it be made a synonym of the speaking, which current …
asked Nov 10 '16 by AModHasNoName
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Fluency does not mean anything between CEFR A2 and "virtually indistinguishable from a native speaker". That would at best be an informal definition of proficiency. Fluency refers to the auto …
answered Nov 29 '16 by AModHasNoName

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