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  1. 1. Hi, Jon. what’s thematter? You don’t look very healthy today. Well , I’m sleepy today . I didn’t sleep well last night.
  2. 2. Do you exercise every day? No , I don’t. How about you? I do. Three times a week.
  3. 3. That makes you strongand active , doesn’t it?Of course , it dose. It’s very important for your health.
  4. 4. I know that. Exercise can lower the risk of heart disease , too. Right. Exercising daily con Exercise life in the elderly , too. I think I should start getting some Exercise today.
  5. 5. Are westerners Superstitions? Why did you ask like that? Superstitions are so common for all kinds of people
  6. 6. I thought people from moderncountries like the USA , UK , and Australia did not believe in Superstitions. People in these countries are science oriented. I don’t know what leads them to believe in Superstitions. Have you ever heard the story of the lucky number?
  7. 7. You mean number 13 , don’t you? Is it true that it’s really lucky? Actually number 13 is an lucky number. People who are involved with this number will have bad lucky.
  8. 8. So they want to change bad togood luck by saying it’s the luckynumber. Wait! What’s your room number? I think it’s 13 , isn’t it? That’s right. I might be the unluckiest man who always lives with bad lucky. You’re really Superstitions.

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