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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #49888: Superstition
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        Pick a dandelion flower that has gone to seed.

        Take a deep breath and blow the seeds into the wind.

          Count the seeds that remain on the stem.

       That's the number of children you will have. 

     Mistletoe in the house protects it from thunder and lightning   

     and brings good luck and fertility.

       Rosemary planted by the doorstep will keep witches away.


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    Catch falling in autumn and you'll have good luck. Every leaf means a lucky month.

    Do you a wish when you see a falling star?

    If you walk a ladder by accident there are several measures that you can take to avoid bad luck.

    If you blow all your birthday cake candles in one blow your wish will come true.

    If a black cat crosses the road you, it is bad luck.

    Four-leaf clovers are rare and are said to bring the holder the clover good luck.

    If you break a mirror it is bad luck seven years.

    Open an umbrella indoors and bad luck on you.

    If you are keeping your fingers , you are hoping for a positive outcome.

    Ravens have always inhabited the Tower of London . An old legend says that if the ravens the Tower the kingdom will fall.

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