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New Badge Available (The Dual Form), Current Leaderboard and Searchable Vocabulary in Dashboard
Posted on Saturday, January 05, 2013
A new badge is now available with 300 course points, the course is "The Dual Form" (المثنى). Also, the members' dashboard now has searchable vocabulary. This makes it easier to revise words and to provide assistance in some of the homework tasks.
As ever, the leaderboard is showing fierce activity, and the early movers are solidifying their positions in the top ten. This will give them a serious advantage when the adventure gets more exciting. Points are crucial at this stage as they will be used to purchase items (ship, clothing, food supplies etc.). There are lots of zealous newcomers slowly creeping up the top 100, the story of the hare and the turtle comes to mind.
Learning Arabic is an adventure, and only the daring and adventurous will progress leaps and bounds. If you haven't registered yet to participate, you risk remaining a big loser. Jump in and join the adventure right now! Learning Arabic sharpens the mind, increases your nobility, and best of all, gives you understanding (فقه), of the deen! And on top of all of that, its adventurous fun - at LearnArabic.Com that is!
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