en-de  Ronbinson Crusoe Chapter 2 Easy
In dem Moment, wo das Schiff den Fluss verließ und in See stach, begannen meine Probleme. Es gab starken Wind und die See war rauh. Es näherte sich ein Sturm. Ich war sehr verängstigt und fühlte mich seekrank. Ich begann meine Entscheidung, von zu Hause wegzugehen, zu bereuen. Ich dachte, jede Welle wollte gerade das Schiff versenken. Ich verprach mir, dass ich nach Hause gehen und mich bei meinen Eltern entschuldigen würde, sobald ich wieder Festland betreten würde.

Am Morgen war der Sturm vorbei. Ich war während des Tages immer noch seekrank und dachte an den schrecklichen Sturm. Der Abend war allerdings sehr schön und die See war sehr friedlich. Ich dachte, dass das der wunderbarste Anblick war, den ich jemals gesehen hatte.

In dieser Nacht schlief ich gut und war nicht länger seekrank. Einer der Seeleute kam zu mir und wir fingen an, uns zu unterhalten. Er fragte mich, was ich von dem leichten Wind der letzten Nacht gehalten habe. Ich erzählte ihm, dass ich über den Sturm sehr erschrocken war und er bot mir ein Getränk an, das Punsch hieß. Ich wurde betrunken und vergaß, wie erschrocken ich gewesen war. Ich vergaß ebenfalls meine Entscheidung, nach Hause zurückzukehren. Stattdessen träumte ich von weiteren Seereisen.

In den nächsten Tagen wehte der Wind auf uns zu und wir konnten kaum vorwärtskommen. Eine Woche später wurde der Wind stärker und wir beschlossen, aufzubrechen. Bereits am nächsten Tag gab es einen großen Sturm. Ich war verängstigt und diesmal konnte ich sehen, dass auch die anderen Matrosen sehr aufgeschreckt waren. Der Kapitän ging in seiner Kajüte ein und aus. Er sprach still Gebete.

Ich war so verängstigt, dass ich nichts anderes tun konnte, als in meinem Bett zu liegen und zu hoffen, dass wir überleben würden. Als ich den Kapitän mit sich selbst reden hörte, stand ich auf und schaute aus dem Fenster meiner Kajüte. Die Wellen waren so hoch wie Berge. Ich sah andere Schiffe, die wie Spielzeuge aussahen. Die Wellen bewegten sich gewaltig um sie herum. Unsere Seeleute schrieen aus, dass ein Schiff vor uns gesunken war. Ich hatte schreckliche Angst und bereute, dass ich nicht nach dem ersten leichten Sturm nach Hause gegangen war.

Der Sturm wurde schlimmer und nun beteten alle Seeleute ums Überleben. Plötzlich rief einer, dass es ein Leck im Schiff gab und Wasser eindrang. Jeder wurde heruntergerufen, um das Wasser heraus zu pumpen. Ich war vor Angst paralysiert, und ich konnte nicht aus meinem Bett heraus. Dann kamen die Männer und sagten, ich solle hinuntergehen und helfen, so ging ich. Ich pumpte gerade das Wasser heraus, als der Kapitain jemandem befahl, mit dem Schnellfeuergeschütz zu schießen. Es war ein Signal, dass wir in Gefahr waren. Ich dachte; wir würden sinken, weil das Schiff gebrochen war. Ich dachte, wir würden alle absaufen. Ich war ohnmächtig vor Angst. Es war nur Stunden später, dass ich wieder zu Sinnen kam.
unit 1
The moment the ship left the river and went into the sea my troubles started.
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unit 2
There was strong wind and the sea was rough.
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unit 3
A storm was approaching.
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unit 4
I was very frightened and felt seasick.
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unit 5
I began to regret my decision to leave home.
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unit 6
I thought every wave was going to sink the ship.
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unit 7
unit 8
The storm was over by the morning.
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unit 9
I was still seasick during the day and I was thinking about the terrible storm.
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unit 10
The evening, however, was very beautiful and the sea was very peaceful.
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unit 11
I thought that was the most wonderful sight I had ever seen.
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unit 12
That night I slept well and I was no longer seasick.
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unit 13
One of the sailors came to me and we started talking.
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unit 14
He asked me what I thought of the light wind last night.
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unit 15
I told him I was very scared of the storm and he offered me a drink called punch.
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unit 16
I got drunk and forgot how scared I had been.
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unit 17
I also forgot my decision to go back home.
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unit 18
Instead I was dreaming about more travels by sea.
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unit 19
The next few days the wind was blowing against us and we couldn’t move much.
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unit 20
A week later the wind increased and we decided to set off.
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unit 21
The very next day there was a great storm.
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unit 22
I was terrified and this time I could see that the other sailors were also very scared.
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unit 23
The captain was walking in and out of his cabin.
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unit 24
He was quietly saying prayers.
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unit 25
I was so scared I couldn’t do anything else but lie in my bed and hope we would survive.
1 Translations, 1 Upvotes, Last Activity 8 months, 3 weeks ago
unit 26
When I heard the captain talk to himself I got up and looked out the window of my cabin.
1 Translations, 1 Upvotes, Last Activity 8 months, 3 weeks ago
unit 27
The waves were as tall as mountains.
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unit 28
I saw other ships which looked like toys.
1 Translations, 3 Upvotes, Last Activity 8 months, 2 weeks ago
unit 29
The waves were moving them around violently.
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unit 30
Our sailors cried out that a ship had sunk in front of us.
1 Translations, 1 Upvotes, Last Activity 8 months, 1 week ago
unit 31
I was terribly afraid and regretted that I hadn’t gone home after the first light storm.
1 Translations, 2 Upvotes, Last Activity 8 months, 2 weeks ago
unit 32
The storm was getting worse and now all the sailors were praying we would survive.
1 Translations, 2 Upvotes, Last Activity 8 months, 2 weeks ago
unit 33
Suddenly someone shouted that there was a leak in the ship and water was coming in.
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unit 34
Everyone was called down to pump the water out.
1 Translations, 2 Upvotes, Last Activity 8 months, 2 weeks ago
unit 35
I was paralyzed with fear, and I couldn’t get out of my bed.
1 Translations, 2 Upvotes, Last Activity 8 months, 2 weeks ago
unit 36
Then the men came and told me to go down and help, so I went.
1 Translations, 2 Upvotes, Last Activity 8 months, 2 weeks ago
unit 37
I was pumping out the water when the captain ordered someone to shoot a fire gun.
1 Translations, 2 Upvotes, Last Activity 8 months, 2 weeks ago
unit 38
It was a signal that we were in danger.
1 Translations, 2 Upvotes, Last Activity 8 months, 2 weeks ago
unit 39
I thought we were sinking, because the ship was broken.
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unit 40
I thought we were all going to drown.
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unit 41
I fainted with fear.
2 Translations, 2 Upvotes, Last Activity 8 months, 1 week ago
unit 42
It was only hours later that I regained my senses.
1 Translations, 1 Upvotes, Last Activity 8 months, 3 weeks ago
lollo1a • 9503  commented on  unit 27  8 months, 3 weeks ago

The moment the ship left the river and went into the sea my troubles started. There was strong wind and the sea was rough. A storm was approaching. I was very frightened and felt seasick. I began to regret my decision to leave home. I thought every wave was going to sink the ship. I promised myself I would go home and apologize to my parents as soon as I stepped on dry land again.

The storm was over by the morning. I was still seasick during the day and I was thinking about the terrible storm. The evening, however, was very beautiful and the sea was very peaceful. I thought that was the most wonderful sight I had ever seen.

That night I slept well and I was no longer seasick. One of the sailors came to me and we started talking. He asked me what I thought of the light wind last night. I told him I was very scared of the storm and he offered me a drink called punch. I got drunk and forgot how scared I had been. I also forgot my decision to go back home. Instead I was dreaming about more travels by sea.

The next few days the wind was blowing against us and we couldn’t move much. A week later the wind increased and we decided to set off. The very next day there was a great storm. I was terrified and this time I could see that the other sailors were also very scared. The captain was walking in and out of his cabin. He was quietly saying prayers.

I was so scared I couldn’t do anything else but lie in my bed and hope we would survive. When I heard the captain talk to himself I got up and looked out the window of my cabin. The waves were as tall as mountains. I saw other ships which looked like toys. The waves were moving them around violently. Our sailors cried out that a ship had sunk in front of us. I was terribly afraid and regretted that I hadn’t gone home after the first light storm.

The storm was getting worse and now all the sailors were praying we would survive. Suddenly someone shouted that there was a leak in the ship and water was coming in. Everyone was called down to pump the water out. I was paralyzed with fear, and I couldn’t get out of my bed. Then the men came and told me to go down and help, so I went. I was pumping out the water when the captain ordered someone to shoot a fire gun. It was a signal that we were in danger. I thought we were sinking, because the ship was broken. I thought we were all going to drown. I fainted with fear. It was only hours later that I regained my senses.