This question relates to the wider theme of a lot of ELL questions being asked here. Meta discussion here: What kind of questions do you want?
For example this is the current state of this question: Is there an expression or word to describe a person who does something that is unnecessary?:
Is there a word or words that describe a person who:
Do something that is not important or unnecessary and Do not do something that is important or necessary.
Preferable that the word can be fill inside the following blank.
Ali is a ____ person. He always does not get his priorities right. He always do things that is not important and forget to to do things that is important.
The use of 'do' instead of 'does' is glaring, as well as 'Perferable that' instead of 'I would prefer' or similar, 'forget' instead of 'forgets'.
It seems apparent that this OP does not have a good grasp (though not awful) of English.
The question could be easily edited to to tidy it up, and the question would remain good.
However should we be doing this? It could be seen to be tolerating ELL questions.