I was going to create a new tag, "aprendizaje" or "principiante" but then I discovered we already have aprendizaje, whose definition instructs people not to use it!
I don't have the rep to redefine it by myself but have proposed a redefinition which will get reviewed.
This post is in a way redundant but I wanted to explain my idea and give the opportunity for discussion.
Reason for proposal: our site is a hybrid, a composite of two different sites -- native speakers who find something interesting or intriguing to ask about; and students of Spanish with specific questions about grammar, usage, etc.
This is analogous to questions on Meta often being tagged as "discussion" or "support."
One of the benefits I'm imagining for tagging learner questions somehow is that Spanish language learners will be able to browse other "learner" questions. This will make our site more useful to learners and will help our site grow. If we can expand our learner user base, that will make the site bigger overall, and size will help us attract native speakers too. Kind of like how capital begets more capital.
Note that I originally proposed this tag concept in There is no sister site here, similar to ELL for ELU; hence some proposals:
- 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?