engels....wie kan er helpen??

hey
ik moet voor school een tekst samenvatten in het nederlands maar ben er niet zo goed in
wie is er goed in engels en kan mij helpen?? :pensive:

dit is de tekst :stuck_out_tongue: alvast bedankt

At around 17 million years ago, while the river was flowing across this ancient landscape, the land mass know as todays Colorado Plateau began to uplift. The uplift was caused by pressures deep with the Earth and may have been caused by additional conflict between the North American Plates and the Pacific Plates. This process continued until around 5 million years ago which interestingly enough is the date of the sedimentary layers just west of the plateau. At its greatest hieght the Colorado Plateau was once about three miles above sea level. The rise of the plateau probably prevented the seas from submerging it again and instead the topmost layers were eroded away and carried into the sea. The most favorable currently accepted theory is that the Colorado River continued to cut through the Colorado Plateau while the land rose around it.

At some point around 5 million years ago something happened to cause the Colorado to change its course and exit via its present route down to the Gulf of California. The most likely cause for the change in its course was probably due to it being captured by another river, which was draining the western portion of the Colorado Plateau. This other river eroded northward along the San Andreas fault, then eastward and eventually entered the Grand Canyon and joined with the Colorado near present day Kanab Creek. The Colorado would then have abruptly changed its course and flowed out this newly formed exit.

al een vertaal site geprobeerd ?

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ja maar hele tekst klopte toen niet :grinning:

Google translate moet je kopieren& plakken, en taal invoeren enzo, is heel fijn, weet je een beetje de grote lijnen van een verhaal :grinning:
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At around 17 million years ago, while the river was flowing across this ancient landscape, the land mass know as todays Colorado Plateau began to uplift. The uplift was caused by pressures deep with the Earth and may have been caused by additional conflict between the North American Plates and the Pacific Plates.
This process continued until around 5 million years ago which interestingly enough is the date of the sedimentary layers just west of the plateau.17 miljoen jaar geleden, toen de Colorado River door het Colorado Plateau stroomde begon het omhoog te gaan. Dit kwam door druk diep in de aarde wat waarschijnlijk is gekomen toen de Noord Amerika en de Pacific platen gingen schuiven/botsen. Dit omhoog gaan ging door tot 5 miljoen jaar geleden, en in die tijd is ook de ‘sedimentary’ lagen ten westen van het plateau zijn gevormd.

At its greatest hieght the Colorado Plateau was once about three miles above sea level. The rise of the plateau probably prevented the seas from submerging it again and instead the topmost layers were eroded away and carried into the sea. The most favorable currently accepted theory is that the Colorado River continued to cut through the Colorado Plateau while the land rose around it.
De Colorado Plateau stak ooit eens 3 mijlen boven het zeeniveau uit. Het omhoogkomen van het plateau voorkwam waarschijnlijk overstromingen en slechts de hoogste lagen werden weggespoeld in de zee. De meest geaccepteerde theorie is dat de Colorado River door het Colorado Plateau stroomde terwijl het land omhoogkwam.

At some point around 5 million years ago something happened to cause the Colorado to change its course and exit via its present route down to the Gulf of California. The most likely cause for the change in its course was probably due to it being captured by another river, which was draining the western portion of the Colorado Plateau. This other river eroded northward along the San Andreas fault, then eastward and eventually entered the Grand Canyon and joined with the Colorado near present day Kanab Creek. The Colorado would then have abruptly changed its course and flowed out this newly formed exit.
5 miljoen jaar geleden gebeurde er iets waardoor de Colorado River zijn richting veranderde en via de Gulf of California ging, wat nu nog steeds zo is. De meest logische verklaring is dat het was overgenomen bij een andere rivier, die vanaf het westelijke deel van het Colorado Plateau stroomde. Deze rivier stroomde noordelijk langs de San Andreas fault, daarna oostelijk, en uiteindelijk door de Grand Canyon en voegde samen met de Colorado River, op het punt dat nu Kanab Creek heet. De Colorado river is toen van richting veranderd en ging langs deze weg stromen.

Even een grove vertaling.

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