Similar to my last post, I'm having trouble looking for my mistakes here. The big red 2 means I have 2 mistakes apparently but I don't know which ones are wrong. Or maybe I have more mistakes? Please help me. In the second measure, I originally made the second chord an A dim/C. (Note: the circled notes are not included in this analysis)
Based on the circled non-chord tones, you should be including the G in beat two of the first full measure in your analysis.
Instead of this just being an A diminished triad, the inclusion of the G makes this an A half-diminished seventh chord in first inversion (6/5 position).
Presumably your two errors are related to that chord: one error in the Roman numerals below the staff, and one error in the chord labels above the staff. (Note that the chord label should also list C as the bass, not G.)
A°/G is an obvious slip, the bass note is C. And I'd be more inclined to call it a Cm chord, decorated by the 6th as a passing note.
Your F#°/A is technically correct. But as a definite dominant-function passing chord between the two inversions of the tonic, I'd find it more useful to call it D7, even if the root IS omitted.