Let's start from glossary: (Day 1)
The correspondence of a verb with its subject in person and number
Karen goes to Cal Tech; her sisters go to UCLA
And of a pronoun with its antecedent in person, number, and gender
Karen finished the exam, she picked up her books and left the room
The noun to which a pronoun refers. A pronoun and its antecedent must agree in person, numbers, and gender
Michael and his teammates moved off campus.
A noun or noun phrase that renames or adds identifying information to a noun it immediately follows.
His brother, an accountant with Price, Waterhouse, was recently promoted.
The –ing form of a verb that functions as a noun.
She was praised for her playing.
Hiking is good exercise.
The order or arrangement of words in a sentence. Syntax may exhibit parallelism (I came, I saw, I conquered), inversion (Whose woods these are I think I know), or other formal characteristics.
Then any typo? (Day 2)
Words often misspelled