Person (first (I, we), second (you) or third (she, he, they))
Key point to remember
Verbs must be in agreement with their subjects; adjectives with the nouns they qualify, etc.
Figure of speech: to have an open mind.
This means to be willing to consider new ideas and opinions. Not to have a set mind or be prejudiced or be one sided in one’s view.
Example: The traveller had an open mind about what he would find when he arrived at his destination.