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689 ろっぴゃく γ―γ‘γ˜γ‚…γ† きゅう
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To remember 'ろっぴゃく γ―γ‘γ˜γ‚…γ† きゅう':
– Break it down into smaller parts: 'ろっぴゃく' (roppyaku) means 600, 'γ―γ‘γ˜γ‚…γ†' (hachijuu) means 80, and 'きゅう' (kyuu) means 9.
– You can form a mnemonic like "Robbie's Parrot Has Juicy Kiwis" to recall the sounds in sequence.
– Remember that 'ろ' (ro) often corresponds to 6, "はけ" (hachi) means 8, and "きゅう" (kyuu) means 9.

Forming the number:
– 'ろっぴゃく' (roppyaku) is formed from 'ろく' (roku) which means 6, plus 'ひゃく' (hyaku) which means 100. When combined, 'ろくひゃく' contracts to 'ろっぴゃく.'
– 'γ―γ‘γ˜γ‚…γ†' (hachijuu) is formed from 'はけ' (hachi) which means 8, and 'γ˜γ‚…γ†' (juu) which means 10.
– 'きゅう' (kyuu) simply means 9.

Example sentence:
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(Raijousha suu wa roppyaku hachijuu kyuu nin dea.)
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