Indeed a Noob question ... but a pretty good one!
Two things going on here ... one I'm sure of ... the other not sure of.
1. Once a bike has been on it's side for more than a minute or so ... it will flood. This means hard starting. Be thankful you don't have a kick start!
Here is what to do:
1. switch off fuel and ignition as soon as you can get to them after a fall. Shutting off fuel will help minimize flooding. If you can't get to the shut off ... don't worry. If you have a headlight switch, shut off headlight (to save battery!) if not ... not to worry. (you can improvise a headlight ON/OFF switch someday - easy)
2. To Re-Start: Choke: OFF, fuel: ON, Throttle held wide open: 100%.
Gear box: Neutral, pull clutch: IN, side stand: UP, Kill switch: RUN position.
3. Holding throttle wide open, hit starter and let it crank. Do not move throttle. After 3 or 4 seconds, it should sputter and start to come to life. As it does, release throttle completely. Once started, Rev it a bit to "clear" excess fuel. Good to go.
The 2nd thing is doubtful ... but it could be possible that your Brazilian Honda has a Tip Over Shut off Safety Switch. Check owners manual (remember, that thing I told you to read ... Cover To Cover?
) Many bikes have this cut off switch to prevent fires. It shuts off ignition once bike is laying 90 degrees (on it's side) Get it?
Sometimes ... it can take a minute for the switch to "right itself" and reset.
Once bike is upright, shake, bounce front wheel or Giggle it somehow. This can help switch go back where it should be and allow a re-start.
That's it. It's probably just flooding. Normal.