Bonjour! j ai un problème en anglais je n y arrive pas !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Texte ( ce texte va avec la pièce jointe)

a terrible catastrophe has
happened : nearly all the people on earth hava gone blind'.The narrator
remenbers the apperance of a new plant, the triffied ... not long
before the trouble began.

My introduction to a triffied came
early.It so happened that we had one growing in our own garden .The
plant was quite well developed before any of us noticed it , for it
had taken root behind the bit of hedge that screened the rubbish
heap. It wasen't doing any harm there, and it wasn't in anyone's way.

nowadays when everyone knows only too
well what a triffid looks like , it is difficult to recall how odd
and somehow foreign the first ones appeared to us.
nobody, as far as i know, feld any
misgivings or alarm about them then.

I have a picture in my memory of my
father examining ours and puzzling over it .He leant over it ,
peering at it through his glasses and blowing gently through his
moustache. he inspected the straight stem, and the woody bole from
which it sprang. He gave curious, if not very penetrative attention
to the three small , bare sticks which grew straight up beside the
stem. He smoothed the green leaves between his finger and thumb as if
their texture might tell him something . Then he peered into the
curious , funnel- like formation at the top of the stem .I remember
the first time he lifted me up to look into that conical cup.

I did not touch it , but i knew it must
be sticky because there were flies and other small insects
struggling in it More than once my father ruminated that it was
pretty queer , and observed that one of these days he really must try
to find out what it was .
I don 't think he ever made the effort.

The thing would be about four feet high
then. There must have been plenty f them about , growing up quietly
and inoffensively, with nobody taking any particular notice of them.
And so the one in our garden continuted its growth peacefully, as
did thousands like it in neglected sports all over the world .

it was some little time later that the
first one picked up its roods , and walked .

vous voulez la voir
je ne trouve rien là, j'ai fini de lire je réponds sur ce devoir?
tu pourrais peut-être me l’envoyer sur mon mail [email protected] car la 1er question porte sur l'illustration


Meilleure réponse !
2) The narrator is a child, he speak about his father and he says that his father lift him to see the bottom of the plant.
1) le triffid poussait dans un coin du jardin derrière la haie du tas d'ordures.
il découvre la plante relativement tôt après qu'elle soit bien développée.
on ne l'a pas arraché parce que elle ne paraissait pas menaçante et qu'elle suscitait plutôt la curiosité."He gave curious,""He smoothed the green leaves between his finger and thumb as if their texture might tell him something . "
we : narrator's family 
one: the plant
our: family's garden
it: the plant
there: the spot where the plant is
il fait référence à deux périodes :
- à l'apparition de la plante: not long before the trouble began.; before any of us noticed it ;I have a picture in my memory of my father examining ours
- à ce qui s'est passé quand la plante a commencé à faire des ravages:
la catastrophe "has happend" désigne un fait qui a commencé dans le passé et qui a encore des conséquences maintenant