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Posted on Thursday, December 27, 2012
Due to a busy schedule over the holiday period, we've not had time to get the remaining courses into place. There are a number of courses in the pipeline to fill whatever gaps remain for absolute beginners to be able to form, read, write and speak complete sentences. We have at least 3 more mini-courses in the pipeline to deal with prepositions, duals and plurals and verbal sentences.
Our main aim and focus currently is to ensure complete beginners can start with zero knowledge and be able to speak, read and understand basic sentences in the shortest time possible whilst also building a reasonable working vocabulary. Once we have reached this major milestone (إن شاء الله), we will then embark on the intermediate and advanced courses which is when the real fun starts (إن شاء الله).
A management dashboard is currently in development (you can access it through the "My Account" button at the top of the page when you login). This will evolve over time into something you can use to keep track of your learning. At the moment, we have added a vocabulary page that lists all the vocabulary that should have been memorized for the basic course material.
Below is the current Leaderboard Top 100, lots of newcomers and plenty of jostles and skirmishes going on. But asad656 is holding on to the crown right now with a significant lead, though that lead is being shortened, sarahs, is creeping up slowly.
To date (6 weeks after beta-launch) 1264 badges have been earned with a total learning index of 162015 points. It will be interesting to see how quickly we can reach the one million mark (إن شاء الله).
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