Often we notice questions that are in essence valid and constructive with respect to SE criteria, yet they are poorly written and thus need improvement.
Sometimes the defects may be simply because of a lack of care or due consideration to SE rules by the OP. In such cases the OP can be encouraged to improve the post accordingly to survive the question.
But in some other cases, for example, in cases of poor phrasing and language, such as this, it seems unlikely that the OP can further improve the post. Can we edit such questions on sight and affect necessary improvements, or is it better to still wait for the OP's response? Maybe the drawback for the former reaction is that new OPs are not prompted to learn about rules of writing high-quality questions for themselves, yet leaving the question intact gives the site a bad appearance and there are users who rush to cast close votes for an otherwise productive question.