One of my questions has been closed because "it needs details or clarity." I find the question clear and I think it was closed because some people do not like short questions. But being short is different from being unclear. It's a simple question about the grammer rules concerning the place of adverb in a phrase.
From the OP's profile page I see a lot of questions that share the same characteristic: lack of details.
The verb "equate" in mathematical sense The question although clear consists of just a single sentence.
How writie "several millijoules" in shortened form? "several mJs" or "several mJ's"? The question although clear consists of two requests.
"copper in liquid state" or "copper in the liquid state"? The question asks which sentence is correct. Not much detail there if any.
"by" or "by using" or "using"?. Here the OP compares three similar sentences and asks if they mean the same and if they are all correct.
Is "strongly" an acceptable adverb for the verb "transfer"? This on the other hand does show some research and effort, there's a dictionary definition and the OP is basically asking if the sentence is constructed well.
Questions can be clear but if they lack details and explanation as to why a user is asking in the first place, they're not very interesting or useful to the community.
In general, there's evidence to suggest that OP considers the site a free proofreading service.