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Questions about whether certain topics or types of questions should be allowed on Language Learning Stack Exchange.

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On-Topic Questions regarding certain language learning techniques or resources, and their effectiveness in comparison to others.
answered Apr 27 '17 by Hatchet
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On-Topic Questions regarding definite obstacles you're facing in your L2 acquisition.
answered Apr 27 '17 by Hatchet
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If the question questions the scientific methodology of the study, that would probably not belong here, as that would be a question about the scientific method/research techniques/etc. possibly belong …
answered Nov 2 '18 by Hatchet
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Are questions about human-animal communication on-topic here? Of course, still with regards to language learning. (e.g. learning to communicate with animals, gorillas learning sign language, etc.)
asked Apr 9 '16 by Hatchet
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I don't think the response is as mixed as it may seem; we're dealing with three different types of questions: Does learning a second language happen in the same part of the brain as learning a first …
answered Jun 17 '16 by Hatchet
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Since our site is indeed titled "Language Learning", I believe that questions should pertain to this topic. I agree completely with the closure of this question, as the question is asking for informat …
answered Aug 4 '16 by Hatchet
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Prompted by discussion on this post. resource-request already exceeds the bounds other SE sites set for on-topic questions. What are guidelines that can be followed to promote high-quality resource r …
asked Feb 5 by Hatchet