101 American Superstitions: Understanding Language and Culture through Superstitions

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McGraw-Hill Education, Mar 2, 1998 - Foreign Language Study - 144 pages
This humorous and informative compendium gives the origin and an example of each of 101 familiar superstitions.

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Carrying the bride across the threshold Something old something
Eat apples for good health c Saying bread and butter to avoid
Stepping on a crack G Walking under a ladder G A black cat crossing

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