Journals have some standard criteria for article submission that are provided to reviewers.
These lists known as checklists are very diverse since each journal defines certain standards for accepting articles. Researchers should always respect the comments of the reviewers and editors of journals and always use the formal language in their answers.
Even if your article is rejected, you should consider response to the journal as an informative opportunity. In addition, even if you disagree, you should humbly acknowledge it and mention that you intend to solve it. If possible, it is recommended to write the article in English, but if this is not possible for you, after editing and translating the article, send it to a native editor. Most reviewers in various journals return articles that have weakness in English to be edited by a native editor