Given that we can't direct the OP of a closed question over to a sister site where basic learning questions are treated more laxly (as ELU is set up to do, with ELL), let's try to make more streamlined ways of dealing with improperly posed learning Spanish questions.
There should be a built-in close reason that says, in Spanish and English, that some minimal research should be done. When one votes to close, a canned reason should appear in both languages, in a comment below the question, with the information that the commenter has voted to close. I'm not the greatest at phrasing these things -- I hope someone will draft something good for me.
If the OP could, in principle, figure it out by reading Resources for learning Spanish, that should be indicated. Again, could we have a built-in radio button option in the voting to close procedure, please.
If our collection of resources for learning Spanish doesn't have a resource that the OP could use to answer his question, let's see if there's something we can add to that collection.
Let's all chip in to edit these poorly posed questions to salvage them when possible.
We might need some additional tags, I'm not sure, since I''m not very familiar with our tag repertoire. Maybe pedagogía or principiante? Which could be added to questions that cover basic questions posed by Spanish learners?
Let's check https://spanish.stackexchange.com/help/on-topic to see if it's everything we'd like it to be, and have a complete version in English. Ideally, a two-column format.
I realize some of these things take work, but here's a motivational argument. ELU is a high traffic site, and can afford to prune out the basic questions. (a) We can't, since we're not even medium traffic yet; and (b) I am hopeful that as more Spanish learners come here for help, if we process their questions effectively, that will trickle over to attract more of the fun sophisticated Spanish speakers we enjoy interacting with so much here.