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I develop terrain and structural modeling software tools for simulation and gaming.


Dec
13
comment Has there been an interrogative word to ask for a quantity or amount?
This question is derived from one that I asked in Spanish Language and Usage. I'm just curious about the lack or a single-word quantity interrogative in English. I know that how much and how many presently serve the same purpose as the Spanish cuánto.
Nov
25
awarded  Critic
Nov
25
accepted Has there been an interrogative word to ask for a quantity or amount?
Nov
25
asked Has there been an interrogative word to ask for a quantity or amount?
Oct
25
awarded  Popular Question
Oct
15
awarded  Yearling
Jul
22
revised Did English ever have a formal version of “you”?
Expanded PIE acronym to Proto-Indo-European.
Jul
22
suggested suggested edit on Did English ever have a formal version of “you”?
Jun
29
comment Heraldry symbols description
I'll take advantage of this question to shamelessly promote my Area 51 Q&A proposal: Vexillology and Heraldry
Jun
4
accepted Is “The City Beautiful” (Orlando's motto) grammatically correct?
Jun
4
awarded  Nice Question
Jun
4
asked Is “The City Beautiful” (Orlando's motto) grammatically correct?
May
9
awarded  Nice Question
Apr
29
awarded  Enlightened
Apr
29
awarded  Nice Answer
Apr
28
awarded  Nice Question
Apr
21
revised Are “tomorrow” and “morning” etymologically related?
Corrected Spanish example
Apr
21
comment Are “tomorrow” and “morning” etymologically related?
I edited the question and changed Spanish phrase to mañana por la mañana instead of the unusual mañana mañana.
Apr
21
suggested suggested edit on Are “tomorrow” and “morning” etymologically related?
Feb
10
awarded  Citizen Patrol