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Thema: Deutsch nach Englisch

  1. #1
    Gast

    Standard Deutsch nach Englisch

    Ich habe mal eine Frage kann mir jemand einen deutschen längeren Text nach Englisch übersetzten?
    Der Text ist aus der aktuellen Mädchen Zeitschrift der Artikel über die Eisbären und die Arktis... falls es jemand machen möchte und die Zeitung nicht hat, tippe ich den Text ab! Wäre lieb wenn es jemand machen könnte!

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  2. #2
    Gast

    Standard

    Wie wär's mit "Ich übersetze den Text selber, könnt ihr ihn danach mal durchlesen und mir sagen, wie's besser wäre?"

  3. #3
    Gast

    Standard

    So hab den Text jetzt!
    Kann da trotzdem mal nochmal jemand rüber schauen bitte! Danke

    The whole world has closed the small sweet polar bear Knut in the heart. The newspapers of China to America reported about his first lubberly attempts in
    the Berlin zoo. The whole Germany had a fever with Knut, when he was for a few weegs ago badly. However, luckily the little one had just toothache.
    The position of his relatives in the free nature is very serious against it. Because their home, the Arctis, melts inexorably. A area, four times larger than Germany,
    is already gone. The fight to stay alive has already begun for the last 22000 polar bears, because their bush is going briefer with every day, the on wich the Arctis defrosts.
    While the researchers still argue about the magnitude, they agree in a point: Only the humans carries the guilt for the melting ice caps.
    The global warming (rise of the worldwide average temperature by approx. 0.6 degrees) by the greenhouse effect can be pushed on nobody to others.
    If there was 30 years ago in summer one more ice surface as largely as Australia this has shrunk meanwhile around a third.
    The protection of endangered species expert and climate specialist of Stefan WWF Ziegler knows the prognoses of the scientists:
    "The pessimists assume from the fact, that already 2050 during the summer monts no mre ice on the North Pole will exists"
    The optimists belive, this will be only in 2090 so far. Nevertheless, one is quite clear: by now the climate totally plays up.
    The rise of the worldwide average temperature by 0.6 degrees centigrade has brought the climate from the balance.
    An example: In January, 2004 6.5 degrees were measured on the Norwegian island Spitsbergen in the Arctic Ocean.
    Stefan Ziegler: "Below 12 degrees Ordinarily rule there in this season."
    And this is not the end of the disaster: The global warming has begun scarcely.
    The researchers who look at the climate position rather optimistically still count this century on an other rise by 2 degrees, pessimists with up to 6 degrees.
    For the polar bears this means that they will starve. Because they can only catch "on land" their preys, the seals, so on the ice.
    If the ice is founding in this tempo further, could be an exceptional case, wich was viewed for a few moments, be normal:
    two hungry men pounced cannibalistic on a female with her defenceless boy. Cruelly! They didn't do this because of bloodthirstily, but of totally hungry.
    So sweetly the small Knut in the zoo may look, his relatives counting to the biggest predatos living on the land. And they can also become danger for the people.
    Because their survival fight does them meanhile till settlements in the Hundyon Bay, Canada. There they run through streets and look in the garbage for knobs.
    If a polar bear becomes the menace, cannot be caught and is brought back, he must get shot. So its good conceivable that the human must soon protect themselves from polar bear attacks.
    An insanity we can prevent if with us people a change in thinking starts - immediately! And we begin to protect the Arctic as a living space.
    Ziegler: " We can still stop the global warming, even if the facts seem anything but hopeful. Particularly as we the causes know "

    cars, airplanes, stream are the triggers for the greenhouse effect which allows to rise the temperature. The more exhaust gases we fling in the atmosphere, the closer becomes the "cloche" which does not leave the warmth of the sun any more back in all.
    "The atmosphere heats up", says Ziegler "how in a hothouse" What would help, would be afforesting of woods,
    because they can put out of action one the most important greenhouse gas, the carbon dioxide. But the opposite happens: Yearly 1.5 million hectares of rain forest get destroyed,
    a surface which is three times bigger like Switzerland. How blind steurn we on the real disaster to.This melt to the Arctic is same only one quiet portent on what expects us in the future!
    If the ice on Greenland has thawed sometime,
    the sea level on seven metres increases. Then in Hamburg the people will look from the window at a gigantic dam.
    Small island states like Kiribati or Tuvalu will have disappeared according to expert's opinions already in 50 years of the map of the world.
    "There originate deserts where before none was. In addition, the people will have to get used to extreme weather conditions.", says Ziegler.
    A Tsunami like in Christmas in 2004 will be "normal". We must understand there is only one climate in the world. If it gets in the Aktis from the balance, the rest of the world is also concerned. The death of the polar bears is only the beginning!

  4. #4
    Gast

    Standard

    oh sorry war der wo ich Fehler noch ausgebssert hatte schaut euch lieber den an

    The whole world has closed the small sweet polar bear Knut in the heart. The newspapers of China to America reported about his first lubberly attempts in
    the Berlin zoo. The whole Germany had a fever with Knut, when he was for a few weeks ago badly. However, luckily the little one had just toothache.
    The position of his relatives in the free nature is very serious against it. Because their home, the Arctic, melts inexorably. A area, four times larger than Germany,
    is already gone. The fight to stay alive has already begun for the last 22000 polar bears, because their bush is going briefer with every day, the on which the Arctic defrosts.
    While the researchers still argue about the magnitude, they agree in a point: Only the human carries the guilt for the melting ice caps.
    The global warming (rise of the worldwide average temperature by approx. 0.6 degrees) by the greenhouse effect can be pushed on nobody to others.
    If there was 30 years ago in summer one more ice surface as largely as Australia this has shrunk meanwhile around a third.
    The protection of endangered species expert and climate specialist of Stefan WWF Ziegler knows the prognoses of the scientists:
    "The pessimists assume from the fact, that already 2050 during the summer months no more ice on the North Pole will exists"
    The optimists believe, this will be only in 2090 so far. Nevertheless, one is quite clear: by now the climate totally plays up.
    The rise of the worldwide average temperature by 0.6 degrees centigrade has brought the climate from the balance.
    An example: In January, 2004 6.5 degrees were measured on the Norwegian island Spitzbergen in the Arctic Ocean.
    Stefan Ziegler: "Below 12 degrees ordinarily rule there in this season."
    And this is not the end of the disaster: The global warming has begun scarcely.
    The researchers who look at the climate position rather optimistically still count this century on an other rise by 2 degrees, pessimists with up to 6 degrees.
    For the polar bears this means that they will starve. Because they can only catch "on land" their preys, the seals, so on the ice.
    If the ice is founding in this tempo further, could be an exceptional case, wich was viewed for a few moments, be normal:
    two hungry men pounced cannibalistic on a female with her defenceless boy. Cruelly! They didn't do this because of bloodthirstily, but of totally hungry.
    So sweetly the small Knut in the zoo may look, his relatives counting to the biggest predatos living on the land. And they can also become danger for the people.
    Because their survival fight does them meanhile till settlements in the Hudson Bay, Canada. There they run through streets and look in the garbage for knobs.
    If a polar bear becomes the menace, cannot be caught and is brought back, he must get shot. So its good conceivable that the human must soon protect themselves from polar bear attacks.
    Insanity we can prevent if with us people a change in thinking starts - immediately! And we begin to protect the Arctic as a living space.
    Ziegler: " We can still stop the global warming, even if the facts seem anything but hopeful. Particularly as we the causes know "

    cars, airplanes, stream are the triggers for the greenhouse effect which allows to rise the temperature. The more exhaust gases we fling in the atmosphere, the closer becomes the "cloche" which does not leave the warmth of the sun any more back in all.
    "The atmosphere heats up", says Ziegler "how in a hothouse" What would help, would be afforesting of woods,
    because they can put out of action one the most important greenhouse gas, the carbon dioxide. But the opposite happens: Yearly 1.5 million hectares of rain forest get destroyed,
    a surface which is three times bigger like Switzerland. How blind steurn we on the real disaster to. This melt to the Arctic is same only one quiet portent on what expects us in the future!
    If the ice on Greenland has thawed sometime,
    the sea level on seven metres increases. Then in Hamburg the people will look from the window at a gigantic dam.
    Small island states like Kiribati or Tuvalu will have disappeared according to expert's opinions already in 50 years of the map of the world.
    "There originate deserts where before none was. In addition, the people will have to get used to extreme weather conditions.", says Ziegler.
    A Tsunami like in Christmas in 2004 will be "normal". We must understand there is only one climate in the world. If it gets in the Arctic from the balance, the rest of the world is also concerned. The death of the polar bears is only the beginning!

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    Über das schwarz markierte solltest du nochmal nachdenken. Ich rate dir dazu, im Wörterbuch zu gucken.

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    The whole world has closed the small sweet polar bear Knut in the heart. The newspapers of China to America reported about his first lubberly attempts in
    the Berlin zoo. The whole Germany had a fever with Knut, when he was for a few weeks ago badly. However, luckily the little one had just toothache.
    The position of his relatives in the free nature is very serious against it. Because their home, the Arctic, melts inexorably. A area, four times larger than Germany,
    is already gone. The fight to stay alive has already begun for the last 22000 polar bears, because their bush is going briefer with every day, the on which the Arctic defrosts.
    While the researchers still argue about the magnitude, they agree in a point: Only the human carries the guilt for the melting ice caps.
    The global warming (rise of the worldwide average temperature by approx. 0.6 degrees) by the greenhouse effect can be pushed on nobody to others.
    Hiernach habe ich aufgegeben. Da sind sehr viele Fehler drin. Du solltest es gründlicher machen und nicht jedes deutsche Wort einenglischen. "Has closed ... in heart" gibt es im Englischen z.B. nicht. Im Wörterbuch kannst du dafür eine andere Bezeichnung finden.

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    naja das geht halt nicht besser und ich habe gedacht mir würde jemand das richtig korrigieren... hätte ich die Fehler gewusst hätte ich sie ja korrigiert

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