Syntax - the ordering of and relationship between the words and other structural elements in phrases and sentences. The syntax may be of a whole language, a single phrase or sentence.
Punctuation - the standardized nonalphabetical symbols or marks that are used to organize writing into clauses, phrases, and sentences, and in this way make its meaning clear
Grammar - the system of rules by which words are formed and put together to make sentence, the rules for speaking or writing a particular language, or an analysis of the rules of a particular aspect of language, the spoken or written form of language that somebody uses with regard to accepted standards of correctness.
Spelling - the ability to spell words correctly, the forming of words with letters in a conventionally accepted order.
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