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Oct
7
revised Natural way to command “call <someone>”
Another typo fixed.
Oct
7
asked What are the different nuances of saying 変{へん}?
Oct
6
revised Natural way to command “call <someone>”
Corrected where を should be に.
Oct
6
comment Natural way to command “call <someone>”
@sawa: Oh, thanks! Yeah, I mess up my particles a lot. I'll correct my answer accordingly.
Oct
6
comment Natural way to command “call <someone>”
@sawa: I rewrote my answer to be more clear about what I mean about how speech recognition software parses speech.
Oct
6
revised Natural way to command “call <someone>”
Had a better idea for how this could be done, so I completely rewrote it.
Oct
6
answered Natural way to command “call <someone>”
Oct
5
revised Non-distinguished animal pairs in Japanese
Complete rework to be more neutral, and more accurate.
Oct
5
accepted Does a list using と end with が?
Oct
5
revised Does a list using と end with が?
Corrected typo.
Oct
5
accepted Does this と mean “and” or “with”?
Oct
4
comment Does this と mean “and” or “with”?
Aha. So part of my lack of understanding was in how 許可{きょか} can be applied. Thanks for clearing that up!
Oct
4
asked Does a list using と end with が?
Oct
4
asked Does this と mean “and” or “with”?
Oct
4
revised What is the difference between “〜がる” and “〜がっている”
Corrected grammar.
Oct
4
revised If Vて+いる isn't a gerund, then what is it?
added 25 characters in body
Oct
3
comment Usage of まるで with 見ているようだった.
I worked in animation, and these are some of the terms we used. One was デジタル映像{えいぞう} which is a catchall term for digital generated graphics, whether it was 2D or 3D, still or moving. We said 3Dアニメ for 3D computer graphics. Sometimes we said CGI, but most people not in the industry just called it CG. Hope that helps.
Oct
3
revised へ or に particle for 曲がる?
Slight clarification.
Oct
3
comment へ or に particle for 曲がる?
@Pacerier: As far as I know 「左へ曲がる」 is about the course you're on, and would not refer to turning on your axis. I'll edit my answer for more clarity.
Oct
3
awarded  Nice Question