I see a lot of potentially poor quality questions when I go through the review queue, but I don't know how I'd recognise a good quality proofreading question. The close message says a specific source of concern must be mentioned for it to be on topic. But what would that look like?
Can someone provide an example of a good quality proofreading question, preferably linking to one that has been answered? Can you explain what makes it a good question and not a "do my work for me" question?