en-de  Jakkals does not trust his own peace Easy
Jakkals traut seinem eigenen Frieden nicht. ...

Die schönsten afrikanischen Märchen- ausgewählt und herausgegeben von - Pieter W. Gobbelaar: "Jakkals Vertrou Sy Eie Vrede Nie." Übersetzt von Africaans auf translatihan.com - siehe Diskussion.

Jakkals (Schakal) weidete eines Morgens gerade zwischen einer Reihe von Bäumen, als er auf einem hohen Zweig Hoenderhaan ( Hahn) sah.

"Morgen, mein lieber Haan," grüßte er freundlich.

"Morgen, Jakkals," grüßte Haan. "Und wo gehst du hin an diesem frühen Morgen?" "Ich suche etwas vernünftiges Gesellschaft," sagte Jakkals schnell. "Aber es geziemt sich nicht, dort so hochmütig zu stehen und nicht zu sprechen. Komm, setz dich besser hierhin zu mir." "Oh nein", antwortete Hoenderhaan. "Ich kenne deine Tricks. Wenn ich dir nahe komme, wirst du mich fressen." "Keineswegs, niemals!" ruft Jakkals aus. Also, hast du nicht gehört? Es gibt unter allen Nationen in Afrika Frieden. "Kikeriki!" lachte Haan.

"Warum lachst du?" fragte Jakkals

"Nein, ich lache bloß über all deine Geschichten", antwortet Haan. "Und dann lache ich auch noch über meine eigene Geschichte." "Was ist das für eine Geschichte?" fragt Jakkals.

"Letzte Nacht hat mir Wildehond (Wild Dog) nachgestellt", sagte Haan. Dann musste ich in die Bäume fliehen. Jetzt ist Boer (Bauer) auf dem Weg, um mich mit seinen Hunden zu finden. Ich kann sie bereits kommen sehen.“ „Nun, ich werde mich besser verabschieden“, sagte Jakkals plötzlich in Eile.

"Warum willst du jetzt schon gehen, Jakkals?" fragte Haan. "Wir haben uns gerade nett unterhalten." Du hast doch nicht etwa Angst vor diesen Hunden, oder? Natürlich ist Frieden in Afrika." "Oh ja", antwortet Jakkals, " aber die Frage ist, ob die dummen Hunde das wissen." Und er rannte schnell weg.

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Jakkals does not trust his own peace.
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"G'morning, my dear Haan," he greets kindly.
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"G'morning, Jakkals," greets Haan.
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"And where do you walk this time in the morning?"
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"I'm looking for some decent company," said Jakkals quickly.
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"But it's not nice to stand there so haughtily and not talk.
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Come, better sit here with me."
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"Oh, no," answered Hoenderhaan.
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I know your tricks.
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When I come close to you, you'll eat me."
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"No way, never!"
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Jakkals exclaims.
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"So, haven't you heard?
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There is peace in Africa among all the nations.
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"Cock-a-doodle-doo!"
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laughed Haan.
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"Why are you laughing?"
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Jakkals asked.
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"No, I'm just laughing at all your stories," answers Haan.
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"And then I laugh about my own story too."
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"What's that story?"
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asks Jakkals.
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"Last night, Wildehond (Wild Dog) was stalking me," said Haan.
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Then I had to flee into the trees.
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Now Boer (Farmer)is on his way to find me with his dogs.
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I can see them coming already."
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" Well, I'll just better say goodbye," Jakkals said, suddenly in a hurry.
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"Why do you want to go already, Jakkals?"
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asked Haan.
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"We were talking just nicely.
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Surely, you are not afraid of those dogs, are you?
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Of course, there is peace in Africa."
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"Oh yes," replies Jakkals," but the question is whether the silly dogs know about it."
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And he quickly ran away.
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Jakkals does not trust his own peace. ...

The most beautiful Afrikaans fairy-tales - selected and edited by - Pieter W. Gobbelaar: “Jakkals Vertrou Sy Eie Vrede Nie.” Translated from Afrikaans on translatihan.com - see Discussion.

One morning, Jakkals (Jackal) was browsing between a bunch of trees, when he became aware of Hoenderhaan (Rooster) on a high branch.

"G'morning, my dear Haan," he greets kindly.

"G'morning, Jakkals," greets Haan. "And where do you walk this time in the morning?" "I'm looking for some decent company," said Jakkals quickly. "But it's not nice to stand there so haughtily and not talk. Come, better sit here with me." "Oh, no," answered Hoenderhaan. I know your tricks. When I come close to you, you'll eat me." "No way, never!" Jakkals exclaims. "So, haven't you heard? There is peace in Africa among all the nations. "Cock-a-doodle-doo!" laughed Haan.

"Why are you laughing?" Jakkals asked.

"No, I'm just laughing at all your stories," answers Haan. "And then I laugh about my own story too." "What's that story?" asks Jakkals.

"Last night, Wildehond (Wild Dog) was stalking me," said Haan. Then I had to flee into the trees. Now Boer (Farmer)is on his way to find me with his dogs. I can see them coming already." " Well, I'll just better say goodbye," Jakkals said, suddenly in a hurry.

"Why do you want to go already, Jakkals?" asked Haan. "We were talking just nicely. Surely, you are not afraid of those dogs, are you? Of course, there is peace in Africa." "Oh yes," replies Jakkals," but the question is whether the silly dogs know about it." And he quickly ran away.

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