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In the sweeping wilds of Gasmithon, language developed a strange duality. There is a loud, clear, booming aspect of Gasmith useful for communication over large distances. Most words have a hushed synonym as well, often accompanied by some subtle hand gesture or animal sound.

The mood of a native speaker of Gasmith can often be gauged by which set he employs.

Gasmith tends to avoid certainty except in the present tense. It is difficult to talk precisely about what has happened, or plan exactingly for the future. The current moment, however, can be described accurately and efficiently.