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moxon

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Hallo, i have to do an Text about nissan in englisch for my english lesson in my University. I have also to talk the text in front of a groop.

My english is tribble so can you check my Text about grammer an spelling.
The Time (simple presnt, present progessive and the others are also important :D

I will post small textes this week ;) so anbody can make that beeter :;D

But it must be very easy english please :D

Here the first part.

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In 1911 the company Kaishinsha Car Works was created in Japan. At this time there were hardly more to than 100 Passenger vehicles and trucks.

One year later in 1912, the first half of the name "Datsun" was born.

The three men Den, Aoyama and Takeuchi produced the first prototype of a light passenger vehicle and called him after the initials of their surnames "DAT".

"DAT" not only compressed the initials of the firm founders, it also means in the Japanese word "rabbit". The agile and speedy animal has been used during the first production years as radiator figure.
2)
In spring of 1913 the second DAT was finished.
Most of the about 300 vehicles in Japan are from the USA at that time.
In 1915 the production of the DAT31 has started.
1916 DAT 41 has followed with four cylinders, 2.3 litres capacity and 20 HP.
The maximum speed amounted to 40 km/h
3)
Then years later the “DAT Automobile Manufacturing Company has fused with the Jitsuyo Jidosha Seizo company.
The consequence was that DAT specialized their production of trucks.

In 1931 DAT were integrated in the Tobata Imono company.
In the same year, ahe prototype of a new passenger vehicle is called Datson 91 - the "son of the DAT".

4)
The name changed one year later in “Datsun”
The English word “sun” alludes of the sun as an old Japanese symbol.
The Land of the rising sun.

In the end of 1933 a re-organization of the “Tobata Imono Group” taked place.

For the Datsun passenger vehicle Jidosha Seizo company where created, which changes into Nihon Sangyo Company in December.
5)
In 1934 The “Jidosha Seizo company Ltd.”was new created as Nissan engine company Ltd..
In 1935 the production place in Yokohama for 5.000 cars per year becamed finished. The first assembly line was seventy meters long.
 
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Ein Univerersitaetsstudent kannt nicht 'English' und 'grammar' buchstabieren? :laugh: Genau wie meisten der Leute aufs Internet. Ja, ja, my German is crap :wasntme: I only got an E. These are actually fairly good but the wording is a bit clumsy in places (aber noch besser als ich kann auf Deutsch)

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In 1911 the company Kaishinsha Car Works was created in Japan. At this time there were hardly more to than 100 Passenger vehicles and trucks.

One year later in 1912, the first half of the name "Datsun" was born.

The three men Den, Aoyama and Takeuchi produced the first prototype of a light passenger vehicle and called him after the initials of their surnames "DAT".

"DAT" not only compressed the initials of the firm founders, it also means in the Japanese word "rabbit". The agile and speedy animal has been used during the first production years as radiator figure.
My version-
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In 1911 the Kaishinsha Car Works company was formed in Japan. At this time barely more than 100 Passenger vehicles and trucks were on Japan's roads.

One year later in 1912, the first half of the name 'Datsun' was born.

Three men- Den, Aoyama and Takeuchi produced the first prototype of a light passenger vehicle and named it after the initials of their surnames 'DAT'.

DAT not only comprised the initials of the firm's founders, it's also the japanese word for 'rabbit'. The agile and speedy animal was used during the first production years as radiator emblem.

2)
In spring of 1913 the second DAT was finished.
Most of the about 300 vehicles in Japan are from the USA at that time.
In 1915 the production of the DAT31 has started.
1916 DAT 41 has followed with four cylinders, 2.3 litres capacity and 20 HP.
The maximum speed amounted to 40 km/h
Comes out as-
2)
In the spring of 1913 the second DAT was finished and at that time most of the roughly 300 vehicles in Japan were from the USA.
In 1915 production of the DAT 31 began and was followed in 1916 by the DAT 41. It had a four cylinder, 2.3 litre engine developing 20 HP, giving it a top speed of 40 km/h

3)
Then years later the “DAT Automobile Manufacturing Company has fused with the Jitsuyo Jidosha Seizo company.
The consequence was that DAT specialized their production of trucks.

In 1931 DAT were integrated in the Tobata Imono company.
In the same year, ahe prototype of a new passenger vehicle is called Datson 91 - the "son of the DAT".
*twiddles thumbs*
3)
Some years later the DAT Automobile Manufacturing Company merged with the Jitsuyo Jidosha Seizo company; following this DAT specialised in the production of trucks.

In 1931 DAT merged with the Tobata Imono company, in the same year the prototype of a new passenger vehicle was produced and named the Datson 91 - the "son of the DAT".
Englisch- 'specialised' Amerikanisch- 'specialized'

4)
The name changed one year later in “Datsun”
The English word “sun” alludes of the sun as an old Japanese symbol.
The Land of the rising sun.

In the end of 1933 a re-organization of the “Tobata Imono Group” taked place.

For the Datsun passenger vehicle Jidosha Seizo company where created, which changes into Nihon Sangyo Company in December.
*whistles*
4)
A year later the name was changed to 'Datsun', the english word 'sun' alluding to the sun as an old Japanese symbol- The Land of the Rising Sun.

Towards the end of 1933 a re-organization of the Tobata Imono Group took place; the Jidosha Seizo company was formed to manufacture the Datsun passenger car, this became the Nihon Sangyo Company in December.

5)
In 1934 The “Jidosha Seizo company Ltd.”was new created as Nissan engine company Ltd..
In 1935 the production place in Yokohama for 5.000 cars per year becamed finished. The first assembly line was seventy meters long.
One last time...
5)
In 1934 the Jidosha Seizo Company Ltd. was reformed as the Nissan Engine Company Ltd.
In 1935 a plant in Yokohama built for the annual production of 5000 cars was completed. The first assembly line was seventy meters long.

I should also warn u that I have no sense of grammar... in any language :upside:
 
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moxon

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thank you squigbobble great work ;) I will post more tomorow ;)

@ i cant copy the history because my teacher check it. If he find it in the internet i will fail ;(
 
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moxon

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Next Part ;) It must be finish till 13.12.2005 ;)

One year later the first 6,163 Datsun vehicles where produced there.


After end of war in 1945 Americans took over the administration of the Nissan company and promoted the truck production in Yokohama.

Only two years later the automobile production was started again.

1953 extended Nissan their production and manufactured rockets for the Japanese space program.

Two years later the company was transferred again into Japanese hands.

1958 succeeded the jump over the large pond and the automobiles of Nissan excited a large attention.

One year later, the first abroad Nissan assembly plant in Taiwan took up its enterprise.
After that Nissan exported the first vehicles to Europe in 1962.


1966 Fused Nissan again. At this time with the Japanese passenger car manufacturer "Prince of engine company". Nissan became thereby the largest Japanese automobile company.
 
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moxon

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Last Part ;) than it will be done ;)

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Till 1969 5 Million cars where produced by Nissan/Datsun. One Million of that cars were exported to foreign countries at the same time.

In the same year the first sports car of Z row was built. In the 20 years from 1969 to 1989 Z and ZX became the most-built sports car of the world.


One year later a new milestone of the Nissan history took place. The first Japanese satellite was shot with a Nissan rocket in the universe.

1972 exported Nissan the first cars to Germany

1973 were Nissan the secondly largest car manufacturers of the world and became 2 years later the largest car exporter.

After further successful years Nissan decided to give the name Datsun up and to sell all products under the name Nissan.

Until 1991 Nissan continued to found its manufacturing plants abroad and created addresses in England and America.

With the mark Infiniti enters Nissan 1984 into the upper class.
Starting from 2007 it will give Infiniti also in Germany. These cars will make Mercedes and BMW a large competition.


2004 signed Nissan as well as Renault an agreement over a global alliance.
Since this time Nissan goes downhill. The quality of the products becomes worser and the Designs of the cars uglier.
 
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moxon said:
One year later the first 6,163 Datsun vehicles where produced there.


After end of war in 1945 Americans took over the administration of the Nissan company and promoted the truck production in Yokohama.

Only two years later the automobile production was started again.

1953 extended Nissan their production and manufactured rockets for the Japanese space program.

Two years later the company was transferred again into Japanese hands.

1958 succeeded the jump over the large pond and the automobiles of Nissan excited a large attention.*

One year later, the first abroad Nissan assembly plant in Taiwan took up its enterprise.
After that Nissan exported the first vehicles to Europe in 1962.


1966 Fused Nissan again. At this time with the Japanese passenger car manufacturer "Prince of engine company". Nissan became thereby the largest Japanese automobile company.
*'The Pond' is a term used only for the North Atlantic Ocean, not the Pacific.

me said:
One year later the first 6,163 Datsun vehicles had been produced there.


After the end of the war in 1945, the american occupiers took over the administration of the Nissan company and switched over to truck production at the Yokohama plant.

Only two years later automobile production was started again.

In 1953 Nissan diversified into manufacturing rockets for the Japanese space program and two years later the company was transferred back into Japanese hands.

In 1958, Nissan succeeded in expanding its market to the other side of the Pacific Ocean and its cars garnered a great deal of attention.

One year later, the first overseas Nissan assembly plant in Taiwan opened up and Nissan exported their first vehicles to Europe in 1962.

1966; Nissan merged again, this time with the japanese passenger car manufacturer "Prince of engine company". Nissan thereby became the largest Japanese automotive company.
 
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moxon

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a great thank you for all guys helped me ;) the texts sound good ;) i will give you an information what my theachers say ;) Its a gread community here ;D I love it ;) If somebodys needs help in german i would help you ;= So i am drunk at this moment ;)
One bottel vodka free in the pup because i had birthday in November and a student party with free beer ;)

So have to write a moste of #### here ;) lalallalala ;)

Thank you all i like you, PROST ( PROST is a trinking call in german it means we are all friends and the beer is fine ;)
 
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moxon said:
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Till 1969 5 Million cars where produced by Nissan/Datsun. One Million of that cars were exported to foreign countries at the same time.

In the same year the first sports car of Z row was built. In the 20 years from 1969 to 1989 Z and ZX became the most-built sports car of the world.


One year later a new milestone of the Nissan history took place. The first Japanese satellite was shot with a Nissan rocket in the universe.

1972 exported Nissan the first cars to Germany

1973 were Nissan the secondly largest car manufacturers of the world and became 2 years later the largest car exporter.

After further successful years Nissan decided to give the name Datsun up and to sell all products under the name Nissan.

Until 1991 Nissan continued to found its manufacturing plants abroad and created addresses in England and America.

With the mark Infiniti enters Nissan 1984 into the upper class.
Starting from 2007 it will give Infiniti also in Germany. These cars will make Mercedes and BMW a large competition.


2004 signed Nissan as well as Renault an agreement over a global alliance.
Since this time Nissan goes downhill. The quality of the products becomes worser and the Designs of the cars uglier.
Stupid message length thingy.
me said:
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In the period up to 1969, 5 million cars were produced by Nissan/Datsun, of those, one Million were exported to foreign countries.

In the same year the first sports car of the Z-series was built. In the 20 years from 1969 to 1989, the Z- and ZX-series cars were the most-built sports cars in the world.

One year later a new milestone in Nissan history was reached; the first Japanese satellite was launched into space onboard a Nissan rocket.

In 1972 first Nissan cars were exported to Germany and in 1973 became Nissan the second largest car manufacturer in the world and, 2 years later, also the largest car exporter.

After further successful years Nissan decided to give up the name Datsun and to sell all their products under the name Nissan.

In the period up to 1991, Nissan continued to found manufacturing plants abroad and gained addresses in England and America.

Nissan entered into upper class motoring with the Infiniti marque in 1984 and in 2007 it will be introduced in Germany. These cars will create a lot of competition for Mercedes and BMW.

In 2004 Nissan signed up to a global alliance with Renault, from this point onwards Nissan has gone downhill. The quality of their products has become inferior and the design of the cars uglier.
 
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So this the last part ;) Can you check it pleas till this evening ;D it must be finshed then. Its only a small part about the Skyline and the Z.

The most successful Nissan model was Z. The 240 z was the first model of the Z series. It was introduced in 1968 on the Tokyo Motor show. Responsible for the Design, was a German, Albrecht Graf Goertz.
The car was intended first only for the American market and as sold as Fairlady.
The 240z came to Germany in 1972. As engine, a 2.4 litre, 140 HP engine was blocked, which accelerated the car in 10 seconds from 0 to 100. This was a very good time, for this time.
1972 the 280ZX was published. The development cost over 15 million dollar and took 4 years. Although the 240z and the 280zx see themselves very similar, there is totally different cars. The strongest engine had 200 HP. World-wide 105,045 were sold.
The successor, the 300zx was published 1983 and had one biturbo 283PS engine. In Germany 3700 pieces were sold.
The newest Z is the 350z with a 280 PS 2.8 litre engine.
The strongest and most famous Nissan is the Nissan skyline GTR. Many know it from the film to fast to furious. This all wheel car brings it on 280 HP. In Japan exists models up to 1280 HP .
 
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moxon said:
Thank you all i like you, PROST ( PROST is a trinking call in german it means we are all friends and the beer is fine ;)
Ein Prosit, ein Prosit, zu Gemutlichheit usw.
 
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squigbobble said:
Ein Prosit, ein Prosit, zu Gemutlichheit usw.
Ein Prosit ein Prosit DER GEMÜTLICHKEIT ;)

Ha wech die scheiße ;P

So know correct it please ;D
 
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moxon said:
The most successful Nissan model was Z. The 240 z was the first model of the Z series. It was introduced in 1968 on the Tokyo Motor show. Responsible for the Design, was a German, Albrecht Graf Goertz.
The car was intended first only for the American market and as sold as Fairlady.
The 240z came to Germany in 1972. As engine, a 2.4 litre, 140 HP engine was blocked, which accelerated the car in 10 seconds from 0 to 100. This was a very good time, for this time.
1972 the 280ZX was published*. The development cost over 15 million dollar and took 4 years. Although the 240z and the 280zx see themselves very similar, there is totally different cars. The strongest engine had 200 HP. World-wide 105,045 were sold.
The successor, the 300zx was published 1983 and had one biturbo 283PS engine. In Germany 3700 pieces were sold.
The newest Z is the 350z with a 280 PS 2.8 litre engine.
The strongest and most famous Nissan is the Nissan skyline GTR. Many know it from the film to fast to furious. This all wheel car brings it on 280 HP. In Japan exists models up to 1280 HP .
*It's not a book!
me said:
The most successful Nissan model was Z, The 240Z being the first model of the Z series. It was introduced in 1968 at the Tokyo Motor show and a German, Albrecht Graf Goertz, was responsible for the design.
The car was originally intended only for the American market and was badged as the Fairlady.
The 240Z came to Germany in 1972. It was powered by 2.4 litre, 140 HP engine which could accelerate the car from 0 to 100* in 10 seconds. This was very good performance for the time.
In 1972 the 280ZX was launched, the development cost over 15 million dollars and took 4 years. Although the 240Z and 280ZX appear very similar, they are totally different cars. The most powerful engine produced 200 HP. World-wide 105,045 were sold.
The successor to the 280ZX, the 300ZX was launched in 1983 and had a twin turbo 283PS engine. In Germany 3700 of them were sold.
The latest Z is the 350Z, with a 280 PS 2.8 litre engine.
The most powerful and most famous Nissan is the Skyline GTR, now well known from the film Too Fast Too Furious. This all wheel drive car puts out 280 HP in stock form and in Japan there are examples of it with up to 1280 HP.
*I assume this is km/h
 
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moxon said:
Ein Prosit ein Prosit DER GEMÜTLICHKEIT ;)

Ha wech die scheiße ;P

So know correct it please ;D
Ha, jedes mal ich singe das, ich mache 'nen Fehler. Vor ein Paar Oesterreichiche Maedchen korrigierte mich, ich dachte dass es <<Ein Prosti>> war :glare:
 
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moxon

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thank you know my work is downe

Your german is very Good.

Also können wir auch deutsch Reden.
Du kannst auch sagen.
Zur Mitte Zur Titte zum Sack Zack Zack
In diesem Sinne ab in die Rinne ;)
 
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