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!

(lach) - to you (to a girl)

(gal) - Means wave.

(mivtach) - Means Confidence.

(negev) - Means south.

(be'ahavah) - With love!

This concludes the letters of the Alephbet! That means...