In the year 2223, the world reached physical perfection. Everything and everyone looked perfect and worked perfectly.
Your job at the Ministry of Perfection is to keep it that way. The Ministry's surveillance robots constantly patrol the planet, recording everything that happens. Read these reports and decide whether anything has changed physically. If so, the Ministry will send out repair robots to fix the problem.
The repair robots are very, very expensive to operate. Only send out repair robots if you are sure something changed. The reports you read are very precise. If you read "Alfred kicked the vase," do not assume that the vase is broken. If it was broken, the report would say so.
Only physical changes matter. You can ignore changes in location, changes in somebody's mood or opinions, etc.
In order to protect privacy, the reports you read have been anonymized. People's names have been changed randomly (so "Mary" in one report may not be the "Mary" in another), and many of the other words have similarly been randomly replaced with made-up words (again, what "blicket" means in one report may not be what it means in another).
1) Read the surveillance robots' reports.
2) Decide whether anything has physically changed.
3) Ignore mental changes or changes in location.
4) Everyone's name has been changed, and names of objects and other words have been replaced with made-up words.
Jennifer pressed Heather. Has anything or anyone changed physically?