These are comment marks that Hunter uses to tell a client the type of problem in the text, i.e. what needs repairing.
|agr||mistake with subject-verb agreement|
|awk||A phrase or sentence is awkward (awkward = not smooth)|
|cas||This language is casual, not formal.|
|conj||This is a conjunction (don’t start a sentence with it).|
|non-std||this phrasing is not standard|
|par||mistake with parallel structure|
|red||redundant (some information has been repeated,
e.g. The temperature was also recorded as well.
|ref||pronoun reference problem (what is the reference? is it correct form?)|
|run-on||This is a run-on sentence; it’s too long to be readable.|
|S-V||The subject and verb in a sentence do not agree in some way.|
|tense||You have used the wrong verb tense (past/present/future)
e.g. Yesterday I am going to Tokushima.
|vag||This phrasing is vague or ambiguous.|
|voice||Change from the passive voice to active voice, or vice versa.
e.g. The ball was hit by the batter. (‘voice’ means change to “The batter hit the ball.”)
|windy||This writing is run-on, it could and should be much shorter.|
|word||Find a better word for your meaning.|
|<triangle>||Add something here (often an article).|
|verb||Add a verb here.|