Alright, so, I finally have a base that I'm proud of for my conlang (not to mention that it's taken me several failed attempts and lots of wasted paper), and I wanted to know if it makes sense as a grammar.
Sounds: v, s, sh, n, l, t, k, a, e, o
Stress is placed on the first syllable of a word when k or sh is the first sound of the word; otherwise, the stress is on the last syllable.
Words are formed by forming syllables with a vowel and one or two consonants. Consonants cannot follow consonants, and vowels cannot follow vowels. The first vowel must be an a, excepting prefixes.
s becomes sh when at the beginning of a word, or when used in a prefix, though it is still written as s.
Prefixes are used to denote tense. Suffixes are used to denote pluralization and case, and to turn nouns into verbs.
Word order is OSV.
If there is a doubled consonantal or vowel sound due to an affix, the sound from the affix becomes silent, though it is still written.
Any and all help would be very much appreciated