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How to tell if having trailing noun/verb/adjective modifiers will work?

Putting a marker onto an entire phrase to indicate its role in the sentence is fairly common. We see it in English for example, where we stick 's onto a noun phrase to indicate it's the possessor of ...
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For a strict SVO language, how do you handle complex sentences?

The short answer is that "SVO" is shorthand for "the subject comes before the verb and the object comes after". It doesn't mean that every sentence consists of exactly three ...
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How to structure sentences to be able to distinguish between verbs, nouns, and adjectives etc.?

Apart from adding syllables, you could use word order in combination with with prosody (tone, emphasis, pausing...) and other pronunciation differences. Some brainstorming examples for you to remix: ...
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How to structure sentences to be able to distinguish between verbs, nouns, and adjectives etc.?

If you don't want to introduce another syllable, have your markers be final consonants, so you get e.g.,"tunant" is a noun, "tunans" is a verb., "tunansh" an adjective, ...
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