Frage von Scinex, 44

hallo liebe Community ich wollte fragen ob meine Übersetzung passt wäre sehr dankbar für eine Meinung ?

Hallo liebe Community , ich hab ein englisch referat und es übersetzt und wollte fragen ob das passt Today I want to present you a country in the east of Asia, Japan.

1# Japan is an archipelago, or string of islands, on the eastern edge of Asia. There are four main islands: Hokkaido, Honshu, Shikoku, and Kyushu. There are also nearly 4,000 smaller islands! Japan's nearest mainland neighbors are the Siberian region of Russia in the north and Korea and China farther south. Almost four-fifths of Japan is covered with mountains. The Japanese Alps run down the center of the largest island, Honshu. The highest peak is Mount Fuji. In early summer begins, especially the typhoon season, during which the South and the southwest of Japan about the Pacific Ocean resulting cyclones affected are

2# Tokyo is Japan's capital and the biggest city too, with a population of 8.94 million people. The next-largest cities are Yokohama (population 3.69 million) and Osaka (2.67 million). Tokyo became Japan's capital in 1869.

3# People first came to Japan about 30,000 years ago. At the time, the main islands were connected to Siberia and Korea by bridges of dry land, so people crossed on foot. The first society, called the Jomon culture, arose about 12,000 years ago. Around the same time, the Ainu people arrived by boat from Siberia. Europeans first arrived in Japan in 1543, bringing guns and Christianity.

4# The Japanese flag was officially adopted on February 27, 1870. The flag is made up of a red circle, symbolizing the sun, against a white background. The color red stands for courage , openness and passion And the color white stands for justice , sincerity and purity It is known as the hinomaru in Japanese, meaning "circle of the sun." Because Japan lies at the far West of the Pacific Ocean, the sun rises spectacularly over the sea to the East. That is the inspiration for the design of the flag. The Japanese national anthem, which became officially recognized as such in 1999, is called "Kimigayo.

5# The two main religions in Japan are Buddhism and Shintoism Shinto ( Way of Kami) is the belief in the native gods of Japan, the forces of nature, but also Can embody ancestors. Shinto is a religion without Founder and no prescribed teaching and is therefore based on a religious concept other than Scripture religions. Buddhism is a teaching tradition and religion, which in its origins India has. It is according to sources with about 230 to 500 people worldwide million Believers (after Christianity, Islam and Hinduism), the fourth largest religion the earth.

6# Japan has a parliamentary system of government like Britain and Canada. Unlike the Americans or the French, the Japanese do not select a president directly. The current Prime Minister 's Shinto Abe since the 26 December 2012

7# Economically, Japan is one of the most highly developed nations in the world. Japanese brands like Toyota, Sony, Fujifilm, and Panasonic are famous across the globe.

Antwort
von ArminHu1994, 25
es geht noch besser

Ich Persönlich finde alles okay aber habe auch nicht alles gelesen aber alles geht irgen wie besser das ist normal aber wen du es perfekt findest musst du es auch nicht ändern 

Antwort
von AstridDerPu, 14

Today I want to (besser: would like to) present you a country in the east of Asia, Japan.

1# Japan is an archipelago, or string of islands, on the eastern
edge of Asia. There are four main islands: Hokkaido, Honshu, Shikoku,
and Kyushu. There are also nearly 4,000 smaller islands! Japan's nearest
mainland neighbors are the Siberian region of Russia in the north and
Korea and China farther south.
Almost four-fifths of Japan is covered with mountains. The Japanese Alps
run down the center (= AE; BE = centre) of the largest island, Honshu. The highest peak (Wort) is Mount Fuji. In early summer begins (Wort) the typhoon season,
during which the South (RS) and the southwest of Japan about  (Wort) the Pacific Ocean resulting cyclones affected are (Satzstellung; der Satz ergibt keinen Sinn.)

2# Tokyo is Japan's capital and the biggest city too, with a
population of 8.94 million people. The next-largest cities are Yokohama
(population 3.69 million) and Osaka (2.67 million). Tokyo became Japan's
capital in 1869.

3# People first came to Japan about 30,000 years ago. At the (Wort) time,
the main islands were connected to Siberia and Korea by bridges of dry
land, so people crossed on foot. The first society, called the Jomon
culture, arose about 12,000 years ago. Around the same time, the Ainu
people arrived by boat from Siberia.
Europeans first arrived in Japan in 1543, bringing guns and
Christianity.

4# The Japanese flag was officially adopted on February 27, 1870.
The flag is made up of a red circle, symbolizing the sun, against a
white background. The color (= AE; BE = colour) red stands for courage , openness and passion And (RS)  the color (s.o.) white stands for justice , sincerity and purity It
is known as the hinomaru in Japanese, meaning "circle of the sun."
Because Japan lies at (Präposition) the far West (RS) of the Pacific Ocean, the sun rises spectacularly over the sea to the East.  (RS) That is (Zeit) the inspiration for the
design of the flag. The Japanese national anthem, which became
officially recognized as such in 1999, is called "Kimigayo.

5# The two main religions in Japan are Buddhism and Shintoism (Punkt)
Shinto ( Way of Kami) is the belief in the native gods of Japan, the
forces of nature, but also Can (RS) embody ancestors (Satzstellung) . Shinto is a religion without Founder (RS) and no (doppelte Verneinung) prescribed teaching and is therefore based on a religious concept other than Scripture religions (Sinn?).
Buddhism is a teaching tradition and religion, which in its origins
India has
(Das ergibt keinen Sinn. Satzstellung). It is according to sources with about 230 to 500 people worldwide million Believers (RS) (after Christianity, Islam and Hinduism), the fourth largest religion the earth (Ausdruck). (Satzstellung)

6# Japan has a parliamentary system of government like Britain and
Canada. Unlike the Americans or the French, the Japanese do not select (Wort) a
president directly. The current Prime Minister 's (Zeit) Shinto Abe since the (Wird nur gesprochen, nicht geschrieben.) 26 December 2012

7# Economically, Japan is one of the most highly developed nations in
the world. Japanese brands like Toyota, Sony, Fujifilm, and Panasonic
are famous across (Präposition) the globe.

Das Fettgedruckte muss korrigiert werden. Ich hoffe, ich habe nichts übersehen.

Für das Vokabular und die Rechtschreibung empfehle ich ein gutes (online) Wörterbuch, z.B. pons.com, für die Grammatik ego4u.de und englisch-hilfen.de - und Finger weg vom Google Übelsetzer und seinen tr.tteligen Kollegen!.

:-) AstridDerPu

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Vielen dank!

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