We've reached the last letter of the Alefbet!

The letter (Tav) has a twin born without a dot: . We'll use the Israeli pronunciation here and consider them to be two versions of the same letter, both pronounced like the letter T.

We'll imagine that looks like a tooth! Let's picture a guy with just one ENORMOUS tooth shaped like a Tav!

Now let's try some reading practice again.

(emet) - truth!

(ot) - a letter of the Alphabet, or a sign.

(todah) - Thanks!

(beitsah) - Means egg!

(tsom) - Means a fast in the sense of not eating for a long time.

(oniyah) - Ship!

(matzah) - The famously dry, crunchy cracker-like bread that Jews eat each year for eight days!

(tsoharayim) - noon!

(pesach) - Passover, the holiday where Jews eat matzah!

This concludes the letters of the Alephbet, by which we mean the consonants. But we still have some more vowels to show you. Don't worry, with all the vowels you know, these next ones are really easy!