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Efik or Ewe[edit source]

Hi!

Thank you for creating articles in the Efik incubator Wikipedia!

I've noticed that your user page says that you know the Ewe language, the code of which is "ee". Do you actually know Ewe, or have you confused it for Efik? Amir E. Aharoni (talk) 02:59, 2 March 2023 (UTC)Reply

Help[edit source]

Hi, I am sorry for bothering you, but I would like to ask you whether you could translate this to Efik?

  • Guosa is a constructed interlanguage originally created by Alex Igbineweka in 1965. It was designed to be a combination of the indigenous languages of Nigeria and to serve as a lingua franca to West Africa.

Thank you for your help. --Caro de Segeda (talk) 21:22, 15 November 2023 (UTC)Reply

Guosa edi usem idụt en̄wen emi Alex Igbineweka akasiakde ke 1965. Ẹkesiak enye ke usụn̄ emi ekemede ndidọn̄ọ nsio nsio usem ke Nigeria ye usem emi mbon idụt en̄wen ke West Africa ẹkemede ndisem. Emmikweok (talk) 21:45, 15 November 2023 (UTC)Reply
Thanks, could you translate this as well to Efik?
It has the following characteristics:
  • It is an isolating language with subject–verb–object word order.
  • There are no articles.
  • There is no grammatical gender or noun class system.
  • Most grammatical meaning is expressed through particles that precede the words they modify.
  • Adjectives follow the noun.
  • Guosa is generally prepositional.
Caro de Segeda (talk) 06:15, 16 November 2023 (UTC)Reply