כַּבֵּד אֶת-אָבִיךָ, וְאֶת-אִמֶּךָ
kaBEYD et ahveekha v'et eeMEYkha
כַּבֵּד: kahBEYD = "to be heavy, weighty, severe, numerous, considerable, honored, renowned"
In this case, it is a command form: "HONOR"
And what or who is being honored?: אֶת, et, is the direct object marker showing what....
אָבִיךָ You may remember that אב means "father"
KHA suffix = "your" masculine singular your.
vav prefix = and
et = direct object again (it must be used in front of each object, even compound objects in the sentence)
אם = mother
KHA suffix = "your"
Altogether we have: Honor your father and your mother.