Avalinian was the first conlang I'd ever made; but sadly, it was terrible, and I decided to scrap it soon thereafter. But now I'm going to try and redo it and make it a proper conlang! I've taken inspiration from David J. Peterson's High Valyrian to get an idea of what I want to do for Avalinian.
Nouns and their modifiers can be turned into one word; this is also the case with verbs and their modifiers: they all connect to the main subject. This is a list of extra things:
Avalinian has an OSV sentence structure (I don't know how to program it that way, so just write like Yoda); in other words, if you were to say, "The man sees the woman" in Avalinian, it would literally be "woman man sees", and translates to "äria churetäres".
There are three demonstratives in Avalinian:
1) "yäfirän", which means "this", something very close to an object or person (it literally translates to "that little far"); i.e. "it is this" would be "yäfirän quivëli"
2) "yärrän", which means "that", something far away from a thing or person (it literally translates to "that far"); i.e. "it is that" would be "yärrän quivëli"
3) "yänurän", which also means "that", but means something much farther away from anything, whether object or person (it literally translates to "that much far"); i.e. "it is that" would be "yänurän quivëli"
Verbs will have different suffixes depending on the tense of the word. Let's say you want to say, "I do" (the subject and main verb go together; the rest of its modifiers or extra words are separate from this).