Written on March 17, 2006
Last revised on November 26, 2009.
Yes, you are in luck. Catch the series finale The Final Act. Or you can watch the movies.
This is a tricky question, and I hope to answer as well as I can: For every country that Inuyasha is exported to, the distributor will hire translators to do translate the scripts, and voice-actors to dub over, so that more people can understand the anime. Hence, if you're living outside Japan, you can usually get 'dual-soundtrack', which is one in Japanese, and one in the native language of your country. Different countries would have their own set of voice actors and actresses. My version of Inuyasha anime is Japanese & Chinese DUBBED, and English SUBBED, which means it has two soundtracks, one in the original Japanese language, and the other in Chinese, and with English subtitles. Since I live in a different country from yours, the translated English scripts are different.
While I do like to get emails about feedback for this site, it will be more constructive if you provide some suggestions as to what you'd like to see added. This website is titled InuSEC (Inuyasha Scripts and Episode Capsules). To that end, I believe this site contains all the information and observations that I can find on each episode. A lot of interesting contributions come from visitors like yourself, and I'm greatly thankful for them. Any other things about the anime which are not episode-specific are found in the 'articles' and 'Goodies' sections. Being 'Extras', they are added in my free time, such as songs, articles and wallpaper. Anything that you feel should be added, you are free to email me. But please, do give a suggestion.
Better grammar and spelling would be appreciated, too.