Here’s an example of a language I created, the language spoken by a nonhuman species, called the Sorrians, from a sci-fi novel I’m working on. Their world is a very beautiful one, and their language reflects this. They have mostly vowels in their words, and few consonants in the language itself.
Vowels and Dipthongs: a, e, i, o, u; ā, ē, ī, ō, ū; ai, ae, ao, au; ei, eu; iu; oi, ou; ui,
Consonants: b, f, h, j, k, l, m, n, ñ, p, r, s, w, ‘
Vowels can be long or short. Long vowels are usually written with a macron (ā, ē, ī, ō, ū), but if no macron is available, a circumflex (â, ê, î, ô, û) can be used instead.
The letter combination kiu is pronounced [ƫiu]
The letter W is pronounced [w] or [v] after a, [v] after i or e and [w] after o or u.
At the ends of words and syllables, S is often not pronounced.
C pronounced like S before I or E, like K elsewhere.
There is no limit on the number of vowels that can be put side-by-side.
‘ denotes a full, glottal stop in the middle of a sentence, and is a syllable of its own.
Some words, phrases, etc.:
The: Sao (Ssow)
Spirits: Jalesei (Jah-less-eh)
By, of, for, about: Nes, Ne (Nes/Neigh)
By the Spirits!: Ne Jalese’ao! (Ne Jah-less-eh_ow)
Ocarina: Haie’u (High-eh_ooh)
Sing, to sing: Aeiusiña (ah-hway-ooh-see-nyah)
Sorrians (Orig. ‘those with voices’): W’siña (Wuh_Seenya)