While editing questions tagged [vocabulary] (as per this meta post), I came across this question:
The format of this question looks fine, in itself, but it's based on an erroneous interpretation of the involved sentence, and the accepted answer makes that clear.
家 is the measurement word for 医院
On StackOverflow, one of the available flag/close reasons is:
Not reproducible or was caused by a typo
While similar questions may be on-topic here, this one was resolved in a way less likely to help future readers.
I would feel comfortable voting to close that question with the reason above. It fits the description rather well: similar questions are on-topic, but this one is unlikely to help future readers. Note that the wording of the SO's close description is very accurate: it doesn't suggest that it's absolutely impossible that the question be of help to future readers, only unlikely.
However language learning is not the same as following a tutorial and debugging a program. Whereas a typo in software is objectively a trivial mistake, so much that it has a dedicated close reason on SO, what looks like a trivial mistake to natives and fluent speakers of a language might be perfectly legit to inexperienced learners.
Nevertheless, I'm going make the case that this question is unlikely to help future readers.
Should the question be closed on these grounds? If so, with what reason?