The letter (Kuf) is easy: it sounds like the English letter K.

We'll remember the sound of by imagining it as a cane! It could be a candy cane, or a walking cane.

Now let's try some reading practice again.

(kibutz) - The Kibbutz is a special Israeli style of cooperative community, historically specializing in farming, but nowadays often involved in offering other products and services.

(beitsah) - Means egg!

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

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

(mitbach) - Means kitchen.

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

(mitbach) - Means kitchen.

(ne'eman) - Faithful, true, trustworthy.

(lo) - Means his as in "his car," or to him.

(li) - Means to me, or my.

(mi) - Means who?

Now let's look at the other version of the same letter...