I think that's a typical case where almost the entire focus is on the needs and interests of people wanting to learn how to use colloquial English more fluently, and I don't think such questions should be on ELU unless there's some significant "backstory" involved. Which there isn't, there.
So if you disagree with me, vote this question down.
EDIT: Just to be clear. I'm not suggesting anyone should go trawling through old ELU questions looking for candidates to migrate to ELL. In this particular case the OP got his answer a year ago (and hasn't revisited ELU for months). I closevoted as GR back at the time, so I can't re-vote, but since someone has reposted it on ELL, I just don't see the point of leaving the "original" open here.
As I understand things, ELL will be out of "private beta" in a week or so, and I assume we won't normally want the same question to remain open on both sites. I'm asking whether in the circumstances it's reasonable to pre-empt what I expect to be a strong argument for closing the ELU copy at some point in the near future.