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I have a question about my English Language Learners Stack Exchange post: What is all grammar wrong in the question(page)?

A comment I can't understand He/She said "specific point",due I "still can't what's wrong with it"(as He/She said).

So what is mean of His/Her comment?

He/She meaning is advised me post a shorter question then post a question for short article?

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    This site is not for correcting someone's writing (proof reading). A "specific point" means to ask something about English, and not to ask for someone to find all the mistakes and fix them. For example, you could ask Is 'vs' the correct word to use in 'This site vs report bug?' instead of *What is wrong in 'This site vs report bug?' Here are a few examples of questions with a specific point: ell.stackexchange.com/q/80700 ell.stackexchange.com/q/120953 ell.stackexchange.com/q/112716 – ColleenV May 22 '17 at 23:20

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