Excuse me; allow me to point out three errors in the above article.
Anything that can be misunderstood will be.
Please don't worry about the finer details of free vs mis-translation.
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However the protagonist is aware of his own mistakes.
・ Corrected mistaken/missing characters in the text data.
In Japan it's generally thought that Germany's water supply isn't suitable for drinking, but this is a mistake.
Ami frowned in a very un-amused way as I brushed her off with a laugh.
Because this is such a highly technical subject, I would like to point out in advance the likelihood that some of what I'm about to say may include information that is incorrect.
A fault common to scientists is mistakenly believing that every problem has a technical solution.
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