I've seen a lot of questions being unfairly closed, often like "subjective or argumentative" because they are poorly written.
Take this question edit history for example. The original question was bad formulated, but by no means was this an invalid question. It got closed in less than 5 minutes.
The reason: Obviously the user asking the question was not an english speaker, so he did what he could (probably using google translate or something), but for some people that was not good enough.
It took me less than a minute to rephrase the question, and it got reopened a few minutes later.
So the solution I'm proposing here is to add two tags:
need-rephraseask for help in order to make the question more understandable
need-translatethis is probably more extreme, it would let the author write the question in it's own language so another user would come and translate it to english.
Not closing questions aggressively (note that most of the bad formulated questions are from newbies, and we don't want to be rude with them if we want the community to grow).
Lowering the barriers of entrance to the non-english speakers.
Does not need new functionality or features.
People would be able to collaborate not only with technical skills but also with their language knowledge.