Scoring 97.47%: would it qualify as a successful Feigenbaum test? No.

scoring 1 – 3/119 = 97.47%: would it qualify as a successful Feigenbaum test?
The answer is clearly ‘no’, since 2 errors can be identified as gross errors, i.e.some errors that a human would not do:
– ‘sviluppata‘ should read ‘sviluppatu‘, and accord with ‘ghjocu‘ (game) and not with ‘avventura‘ (adventure)
– ‘cunferendu da i puteri‘ should read ‘cunferendu puteri‘ (partitive article): certainly, a human would not have translated it as such
– the third error is a minor one (and even debatable): ‘in i Stati Uniti‘ instead of ‘à i Stati uniti
New targets:
1) 98%
2) 98% and qualifying for Feigenbaum test.

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