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FC: Sup | Superstitions Greici campos ESL 4th period

1: The broom over your feet. People belief if you pass the broom over their feet is that you will get married with a old man. If you pass the broom over your feet is because you are sweep. They try sweep good and don't pass the broom over their feet.

2: Statue of San Antonio many women think that if they want a boyfriend they must buy a statue of San Antonio, And then put it up side dawn and say a little prayer to order a boyfriend. a boyfriend is come with statue or not statue is something that has to happen is roll of the life. If they belief this with faith this is possible to pass.

3: The evil eye It came from Azteca people. People think if a stranger looks some baby in the baby's aye and then if the baby's aye is red or peach and the baby is crying is because the stranger put the evil eye. Called "Mal de ojo" is Spanish. Some place has hot and cold cima this is delicate for the babies.If you bring up a baby how 12:30 pm in the sun the baby can sick. That is what the babies got it. they try that people stranger don't looks their children.

4: The Friday 13th. People belief that Friday 13th is bad day. This come from Ancient Rome. People think that is a day when the evil demons are at work. Friday is a day how others days. Things bad happen here and whatever place and day. they don't do anything.

5: Tuesday is unlucky. It come from Mexico. they think that Tuesday is a bad day to start something like married, go to some place or celebrate something. when has to pass things bad how lost your money , you fell or you has to fight this is whatever day not just the Tuesdays. they don't celebrated anything.

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