İngilizce batıl inançlar ve ülkeleri
|Country||Good luck superstitions||Good luck objects||Bad luck superstitions|
|England||finding a four leaf clover||horseshoes||the date Friday the 13th|
|South Korea||numbers 3, 7, and 8||Korean masks||writing your name in red ink|
|Portugal||spilling wine on a table||rooster charms||walking backwards|
|Turkey||hanging your baby's shoes in your car||blue beads||cutting your nails late at night|
|Greece||sprinkling salt in a new home||bat bones||seeing crows|
|Japan||seeing a black cat||lucky red bags||the number 4|
English : We hang horseshoes above our doors to bring us good luck.
South Korean : We wear and place traditional masks around our home to drive away misfortune.
Greek : We carry bat bone charms with us to protect us from evil.
Turkish : We place blue beads around our home to drive away evil.
Portugal : We believe the rooster is a very lucky animal. We have lots of rooster charms around our homes.
Japanese : We believe carrying lucky red bags will bring us good fortune.