In order to speak this correctly, keep your jaw closed but part your lips. Do not move your lips!
Phonology: t, sh, ch, k, n, l, hh (a harsh H sound made back in the throat), y (semi-vowel), ee, ay, aw, i, o, a, u
Morphology: CICV(T) (Consonant, Inflected-vowel, Consonant, Vowel, Optional-Tense-vowel)
Inflections: I=ee, you=a, it=aw, he=o, she=e, we=ay, they=u,
Vocabulary (inflected vowel shown as aw for neutrality): red=kaunee, John=Chawnaw, give=kawshee, want=yawkay
Other points to remember: this is an extremely simple and context-sensitive language! The inflections are vague but they kind of have to be with such a simple structure. The order of the words makes a big difference.
The apple is red.
It (pointing at or holding the apple) red is-being.
It is John's apple.
I give John the apple.
I-am-giving it (the apple) to-John .
We want to give him the apple.
We-are-wanting it (the apple) to-him-give.
He gives it to John.
He is-giving it-to-John.
She gives it to him.
She koshee (remember, the "she" is pronounced "sheh")
I like this! These phrases feel right and sound pretty close to the stuff Boushh says. It feels way too simple and vague to really work as the language of a star-faring people, but if feels right at least.
And no, I couldn't resist putting in the Hello Kitty Boushh pic up there.