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Q: Superstitions sometimes become traditions. I'm not a superstitious, but I like to follow traditions.
For example, when my son turned one year old, I made him carry "Isshoumochi", which is a round shaped 1.8 kilograms rice cake. This is the traditional ceremony of the children's birthday in Japan. We feel it is great if the children fall down because of that heavy race cake. It means the children have the amount of food that he can't caryy by themselves, so they will never suffer from lack of food. does this sound natural?
A: × I'm not a superstitious, but I like to follow traditions.
✓ I'm not superstitious, but I like to follow traditions.

× It means the children have the amount of food that he can't caryy by themselves, so they will never suffer from lack of food.
✓ It means the children have the amount of food that they can't carry by themselves, so they will never suffer from lack of food.

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