A meta question proposes appending native language information to a user's profile. This information is probably not necessary for most users, but there are occasions where a question seems so bizarre, but that it might not be so bizarre if one knew the language background of the OP.
A recent question, for example, asks about a seemingly ridiculous sentence "go out in the kitchen", which the OP thinks means "go out from here and into the kitchen." I wondered whether the OP's native language was one where there is not much distinction between prepositions and verbs, and whether the language allows multiple finite verbs. There are quite a few languages which have well-formed sentences that could be literally translated as:
Move exit enter!
Meaning "go out [from here] into [there]." Maybe, instead of appending language info to someone's badge, we could make a boilerplate suggestion for English beginners who post bad/bizarre questions to indicate their native language and perhaps even to indicate any sentence in their native language that they might be trying to translate from. If there are any users who are familiar with the language, it could make the question answerable.