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0:17 Introduction. What are some symbols of good luck?
2:22 How do we use the word "luck"? Word forms.
4:20 How do we comment on being lucky or unlucky?
5:41 Why do people cross their fingers?
6:28 What do people say when they are unlucky?
7:28 What does "as luck would have it" mean?
8:27 How do you wish someone good luck?
9:40 Exercise. 5 multiple choice items.
11:53 Lesson ending.
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