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Today I found out there is nothing that comes after the sequence “once, twice, thrice”.

Interestingly, even though these words are about identical, differing just in the numeric value they describe, it is now considered bad English to usage “thrice” rather of the identical “3 times”. At the very same time, it is thought about negative English to use “one time” rather of “once”, which seems odd offered “thrice” is currently taboo. Just as odd, “twice” is currently thought about equally as appropriate as “2 times” in contemporary English.

So what we currently have below is “once” being correct to use; twice being acceptable, however not necessarily desired over its tantamount “2 times”; “thrice” being a no-no; and also then nothing beyond that. English!

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