I was the first to vote to close as unclear what you're asking. I explained why in the comments at the time (which you responded to). These comments are now deleted, as the question has been edited, and they're no longer needed.
What's the question? It was difficult to find the actual question in the text. It was like trying to find Wally in a Where's Wally cartoon. Presumably it's in there somewhere, but it requires a lot of searching.
This was what I saw when I voted to close:
Title: Prove zenith shadow addition to shadow of 1 height of object, to get Asr prayer time's shadow
Body: Scholars say zenith shadow length of object should be added to 1 height of the object to get Asr time's shadow length, but in the texts of hadiths' it is only 1 height of object, without addition of its zenith shadow length. I cannot accept this think of scholars, because 1 object height should mean 1 object height, without additions, in languages. Please say me whether also Shia scholars make this zenith shadow addition. And please try to prove the think, (for example, with documents, natural speech examples in Arabic language), trying to show that shadow length as 1 object height does not mean shadow length as 1 object height in Arabic language.
In an effort to identify the question, I asked you if this was the question "Please say me whether also Shia scholars make this zenith shadow addition." You said it wasn't.
I subsequently made a second guess in the comments as to what the question was (which wasn't clarified). I also pointed out the language problems (which weren't fixed).
My motivation: I simply saw the unanswered question, and intended to improve the writing (which I do to zillions of questions). However, I found I was incapable of doing so because I couldn't figure out what the question was.
Voting to close is aimed to prompt the OP (or others) into editing the question (if possible). In the comments I directly suggested editing the question, and I can retract the close vote once the question is clear. This editing to have been achieved now.