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Q: When I introduce myself, I often say I am a "Bunkei" person. "Bunkei" person have an interest in liberal arts. While person who has an interest in sciences is called "rikei". It is said that this distinction is only in Japan. I think separeting those two things are whether they are good at mathematics or not. Sometimes I read a book about Physics, but I don't study one expertly because I am bad at math. Does this sound natural?
A: × "Bunkei" person have an interest in liberal arts.
✓ A "Bunkei" person is one who has an interest in liberal arts.

× While person who has an interest in sciences is called "rikei".
✓ In contrast, a person who has an interest in science is called "rikei."

× It is said that this distinction is only in Japan.
✓ It is said that this distinction exists only in Japan.

× I think separeting those two things are whether they are good at mathematics or not.
✓ I think separeting people into these two groups is based on whether they are good at mathematics or not.

× Sometimes I read a book about Physics, but I don't study one expertly because I am bad at math.
✓ Sometimes, when I read a book about Physics, I don’t study it as an expert because I am bad at math, hence my “bunkei” title.

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