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Hmm... It seems as though I missed the majority of the conversation in my
inbox.

Anyway, thanks for the responses. As for whoever asked how it was possible
to not have tenses and a nonpast tense, what I meant was that the conlang
has a nonpast tense and a past tense, and has numerous other
particles/constructions to convey other tenses.

Also, how does one classify words like "that," "who," "this," et cetera.
I've heard of them as pronouns, but what forms are they? (i.e. "my" is the
'possessive' form of "I")