Ok, time to revise the phonology:
1) Stress could fall on any syllable, although if in doubt, put it on the first syllable.
2) Voiceless plosives are slightly aspirated by default, but if it's before another consonant, do not aspirate it.
3) <l> is [l] unless syllabic (which is fairly common in žeŋ) when it is [ɫ].
4) <y> is [j] if before another vowel and [i] if before a consonant.
5) The thing about <v> sometimes being pronounced [β] is complete rubbish, I don't know what I was thinking when l typed that bit.
6) <o> is pronounced [ɒ] at the beginning of words, and [o] elsewhere.
7) Never voice <s> or <t> etc. or devoice <z> or <d> etc. lf you find something like 'səpz' written, don't be afraid to syllab-ise (?) the final <z> just in order to voice it.
Onto adjective forms now...
You might have noticed that all adjectives end in a <y> which is (mostly) true. You might have also noticed that l have put no 'negative' adjectives in the vocabulary. This is because you can easily form them from the positive. Below is the chart of the endings:
Positive superlative - it
Pos. comparative - al
Pos. - y
Negative - ε
Neg. com. - yek
Neg. sup. - εä
There is no word for 'than' in žeŋ simply because you don't need one:
'il səz dul amal el.' means 'He is much happier than her.'. 'dul' means 'very', or in this case 'much' because of the adjective being a superlative.
Anyway, l'm a bit short of time so that is the end for now.