Put the "u" back in Forty (Fourty)
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The English language isn't perfect, but it could be. There are often too many exceptions to any rule, let's start by fixing this one.
Four, fourteen and fourth. Then there is forty. For a thousand years "forty" has been the oddity, the exception and has brought confusion of people everywhere.
Join me, and let's rewrite this wrong.
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