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British SuperstitionsPerformed by Student of Economical Department:Sudarikova A., Savelova A.Checked by:Mitrofanova V.I. Federal Agency of Railway TransportMoscow State University of Railway Engineering by Imperior Nicholas IIInstitute of Applied TechnologiesMoscow College of Railway Transport It is said to be bad luck if you see bats flying and hear their cries. In the middle ages it was believed that witches were closely associated with bats. Animal Superstitions Animal SuperstitionsIf a Sparrow enters a house it is an omen of death to one of the people who live there. In some areas it is believed that to avoid bad luck, any Sparrow caught must be immediately killed otherwise the person who caught it will die. Animal SuperstitionsIn some areas black Rabbits are thought to host the souls of human beings. White Rabbits are said to be really witches and some believe that saying 'White Rabbit' on the first day of each month brings luck. A common lucky charm is a Rabbit's foot, but not for the Rabbit.On the first day of the month it is lucky to say "white rabbits, white rabbits white rabbits," before uttering your first word of the day. Wedding day On the wedding day the bride must have four things: something old, something new, something blue and borrowed Good luck, bad luck If mushrooms on the wall grow towards wealth; If you spit on the gift, such as money, in the future we can get even more; To wear left sock topsy turvy is good luck, right unfortunately;To meet a lefty on a Tuesday or a person suffering from flat feet, Monday – unfortunately. Good luck, bad luckIf you merry in Lent, you will live to repent;If you wash your head in the day of the New year, you'll wash away your luck;If you want to be healthy next year, eat Christmas eve Apple;Never turn the bread, after being cut from it a slice.