The African Languages Project (The AFLANG Project) published the first English to Efik Language Dictionary online at Lulu Press. The Efik language is an endangered language with its people occupying parts of Cross River State, Nigeria. Authored by the renowned Efik historian, Efiong Ukpong Aye and building on the work of notable Efik language custodians, both missionaries and indigenes, A Learner’s Dictionary of the Efik Language is the most comprehensive and modern English to Efik dictionary and instruction book, featuring thousands of words and illustrative sentences, lessons on all aspects of Efik grammar including parts of speech and lots more. It is a must-have for those learning the Efik language or interested in the culture and history of the Efik/Calabar people. To check out and download the book, visit: http://www.lulu.com/shop/e-u-aye/a-learners-dictionary-of-the-efik-language-english-efik-edition/ebook/product-23413725.html. To learn more about The AFLANG Project, visit www.theaflangproject.com. To support our mission or collaborate with us, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you.