I know that the common and most acceptable way to deal with poorly posed questions is to point the OP to ways to better ask questions and to probe for clarification in comments. This issue comes up a lot and it is not always the OPs fault. We want people to participate when they are interested in English grammar even if they are not natives of English language.
Neverthless, as far as I concern, sometimes people ask too much to the OPs, even when a competent speaker of English language surely can understand that the OP doesn't have enough expertise to clarify their question.
Among others, see the following example:
CS - What makes this a question to you? Do you not know what the words mean? Do you suspect only one is of the correct part of speech for the grammar to be correct? What reasoning have you put into this before finding yourself stuck?
OP - I just wanted to have an answer as I am not 100% sure.
CS - Why do you think it's number 1. If we don't know where your confusion is, how can we help you understand it?
OP - Normally this sentence comes when you talk on phone. Right? Therefore I think that anwswer 1 is correct. BTW, I am learning English, so I put this sentence here.
Reading that thread I was wondered if the CS could make an educated guess at the OP intended question and choose to answer.
So question is, do you agree with my position or do you see something wrong? If you think it is wrong could you please give your reasoning?