Standard 26-letter English alphabet plus:
Ä/ä - pronounced ɛ - bet
Á/á - pronounced au - cow, mouth
É/é - pronounced i - bee
Ü/ü - pronounced yː - shoot, shoes
S-O-V; Subject, Object, Verb
Subject comes first, the object second, and the verb third.
Translated to English
"On toitnée somio."
"He food ate."
"He ate food."
"Ona d'poltenü jubida."
"She on the path will run."
"She will run on the path."
"on the path run."
"Run on the path."
"Oni a'lablie saanio."
"They the ball caught."
"They caught the ball."
Real-life examples of this word order can be found in Japanese, German and Korean.
All nouns can be pluralised by the prefix 'ne-'.
lablie (ball) becomes nelablie (balls)
puldee (bottle) becomes nepuldee (bottles)
Present tense verbs are the base for the tenses; the suffix '-io' is added for past tense verbs, and '-da' is added for future tense verbs. The word 'io' means 'was', and the word 'da' means 'will' as in 'will [do x]'. 'a' is added to the end of a verb if it refers to something present, in the 3rd person.
There is no modifier for the suffix '-ing', as in 'eating' or 'running'. Instead, the present tense word is used. To say 'I am eating', one would say 'O'én somi'
Past - Present - Future
somio - somi/somia - somida
ate - eat/eats - will eat
istuáio - istuá/istuáa - istuáda
sat - sit/sits - will sit
An adjective can be turned into a noun by adding the suffix '-zaru'. This functions a lot like the suffix '-ness' in English; for example, the adjective 'like' becomes a noun - 'likeness'. In addition, the suffix '-nia' is used like the English suffix '-ly', such as in 'quickly'.
Adjective - Noun - Adverb
Meeten - Meetenzaru - Meetenia
Like - Likeness- Likely
Terávi - Terávizaru - Terávinia
Sharp - Sharpness - Sharply
Liksiü - Liksiüzaru - Liksiünia
Flat - Flatness - Flatly
*More to come, promise*
So guys, if you find a few minutes I'd appreciate it if you wrote a sentence or two in Albalian using what few words I've provided, along with an English translation. It'll help me see if this factbook is actually understandable to others.