I took a forty-two day trip around Southeast Asia.
The French gourmet had 42 plates of Sara udon in May only.
My grandma bought forty-two rolls of toilet paper.
Four tens plus two. That equals forty two.
P.S. Please don't panic. "The Answer" is NOT a correct answer for this. It is just a reference to the greatest book of all time. Sorry for the confusion and so long and thanks for all the fish.
This is a jukugo word, which usually means on'yomi readings from the kanji. But! Don't forget, 四 uses the kun'yomi reading, since the on'yomi reading sounds too much like the word for "death."