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What is the difference between english.stackexchange.com and ell.stackexchange.com? [duplicate]

What is the difference between english.stackexchange.com and ell.stackexchange.com? Why two sites are built as English Language forums?
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2022 Moderator Election Q&A – Question Collection

The purpose of this thread was to collect questions for the questionnaire. The questionnaire is now live, and you may find it here. English Language Learners Stack Exchange is scheduled for an ...
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Why is "non-native speakers" part of the by-line for ELL?

I've looked at other questions on ELL vs ELU and asked a related question over on ELU. I've often seen what appear to be reasonable questions on ELU get the "You should look at the ELL site" treatment....
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What is our expert self-serving, self-sustaining audience?

Stack Overflow is a site by programmers, for programmers. Programmers ask and the same group of programmers answers. Since askers are also answerers, the community can thrive. Gaming is a site by ...
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What is the difference between the "English Language & Usage" and "English Language Learners"?

What is the difference between the "English Language & Usage" and "English Language Learners"? Could anyone clarify the differences? Which questions should I ask here, and which ones should I ask ...
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Flagging a Question as off-topic

I think, it's a feature request, but feel free to re-tag it if necessary. When you are flagging a question as off-topic, there should be an option: Belongs to English Language and Usage I think, it ...
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Asking questions about British English expressions and meaning

I'm a native American English speaker and have recently moved to England. Obviously there are a lot of differences of vocabulary, and most are easy enough to figure out with a dictionary, but ...
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A New Site For Elementary English Learners

The English Language Learners site (ELL) was originally made to accommodate English learners that cannot write questions to the standards of the English Language & Usage (ELU) site (which I ...
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Make the topics to ask in ELL less ambigous to English Language and Usage?

To avoid any misconception about this site and English Language and Usage, I propose to edit the "What topics can I ask about here?" page to this: Basic Word choice and usage Basic Grammar ...
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What is the difference between 'English Language & Usage' and 'English Language Learners'? [duplicate]

I want to know the difference between the two Stack Exchange sites 'English Language & Usage' and 'English Language Learners' (this site).
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