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Leaderboard Status Updates: Three Ladies Break Five Figure Mark
Posted on Thursday, March 07, 2013
Three ladies have reached the five figure mark which is a monumental moment in the learn Arabic adventure. Clocking almost 45,000 points between them, they have left others trailing behind.
Congratulations are in order for iqrahiqrah, umm_khayr and sarahs who have all broken the 10,000 figure mark (maashaa'Allaah). Between them they have almost 45,000 points, that is more than the rest of the top ten put together! This is an impressive achievement and indicates dedication and determination. With all the activities undertaken these ladies must have conquered and subdued all that vocabulary without mercy!
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