I'm already good enough at reading, but I have to focus on listening and also reproducing what I hear in the resources I use for listening practice.
When I watch an English video, I don't need a whole transcript but I often have trouble catching what's said here and there in it. And I often post questions about the part I can't catch on ELU but my questions often get closed as they're not about English language per se. My previous questions have been voted to be closed for example, like this one. I assume the same thing will happen here on ELL too because it's not about English learning per se.
I have friends who are native speakers, but each of my questions is often short - like I said it's not a whole transcript but the transcript of a single line - and it's faster to get an answer if I ask on a website and I feel it's more polite for my friends this way too.
So is there a good site where I can post questions like the one I linked above?
Or - I know I should post this part on meta too but the rest of this question suits for ELL I guess so I add this here - is it okay to post questions like the one I linked, here on ELL?
I often do get an answer on ELU, but my account will be banned if I keep posting such questions and it seems it's bad to post questions with a knowledge that they're not appropriate for the site.
One user suggested that I can use the chat but I don't have enough reps to either participate in one or create one.
You might say I should try watching videos that I can easily find a transcript for, but it's actually hard to find videos like that which interest you enough and that satisfy other random requirements like being short enough. I can find one with a bit of effort, but I need to find more and more so that I can start watching it once I'm done with the current one. It's a pain to find an appropriate video each time.