So I was disappointed to see a -3 score with no guidance at all in the comments for this question:
The author obviously was new to ELL and a beginning English learner and wrote a fairly detailed question even though it was a little difficult to understand on the first reading.
The thing that I noticed about this question was that the author explained why they chose the words they were asking about. That is (sadly) more than we get from a lot of questions written with better grammar.
Please don't judge a first question from a new user by its title. Read the entire question all the way down to the "please, I need help my English is low" and see if it can't be salvaged. Even if you don't want to take the time to fix it, at least refrain from down-voting it unless you can take the time to explain how they could improve their question.
If a user has been here a while and ignored guidance, down-voting is more appropriate, but let's show a little restraint with brand new users. I'm not asking folks to stop down-voting poor questions or to explain their down-votes on every question. I just think that we should be a little more tolerant of new users who are making an effort.
I know I'm saying "new user" here but what I'm concerned about is the response to the very first posts a user makes. If they've made a post a couple days ago and got some guidance and should know better on their second question, that's different. If they've asked two questions within an hour of each other and haven't received a response yet, maybe be a little tolerant.