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This question might seem to be rather offensive to this site, so kindly pardon me.

Since I sometimes have English related questions which are prohibited to ask here, so could someone teach me if there is or not, and if there is, what are them?

I have seen one site and I used it, but since I changed my PC, I put the bookmark off the list with my mistake.

I appreciate any help.

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    "This question might seem to be rather offensive to this site" — Definitely not! SE was never meant to cover all the related questions on a topic, not even all the useful ones. Its model works best for an exchange between people who are already well-versed in a topic (imagine coworkers asking each other for hints on the next line of code), and therefore, for example, questions about getting started with a topic, while being valid, get closed as "too broad". That said, there are forums like Quora and Wordreference AFAIK but their lax take on moderation sometimes impedes learning. – M.A.R. Apr 16 '19 at 8:43
  • If you Google around with an English-related question you do encounter a few forums with varying quality. (exmple) but I find that in such cases tutorial pages of more reputable sources (universities etc.) are more reliable. – M.A.R. Apr 16 '19 at 8:46
  • Yahoo! Answers will take just about any question on just about any topic. There is also this site for questions about English. – J.R. Apr 16 '19 at 10:04
  • @J.R. With so much appreciation. I haven't known the U.S Yaoo! has Q&A site since its beginning. What an :::hole I am. And it seems it is a robust system. Thanks. By the way, what I am looking for currently and pinpointing is some word -something - forum which Natun Taggy once briefly mentioned... – Kentaro Apr 16 '19 at 10:22
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    Also consider that the Stack Exchange chat is not constrained to the same format and topics as the main sites (EL&U chat is currently discussing the Notre Dame de Paris fire). While proofreading a paragraph or asking for transcriptions still won't be appreciated, you can pose questions if looking for quick, informal responses. Learners are welcome on both the ELL and EL&U chatrooms; the former is obviously more sensitive to their needs, but the latter is more active. – choster Apr 16 '19 at 15:54

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