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Hi everyone Emotion: big smile
Well, i had a english test today and i have a doubt about one question:

CHILDREN, WRITE YOUR HOMEWORK (it was written exactly like that)
Question: Pass this sentence to imperative form.

a) Children, write your homework
b) Write your homework
c) Children writes your homework

d) All wrong

I marked B, but now i guess i was wrong.
Wich is the correct alternative?

Thank you so much. =) xx
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(a) and (b) with both be correct if they had periods at the end. None of them are idiomatic, though -- we would say "Do your homework," not "Write your homework."

"Pass this sentence to imperative form" is also odd -- it should be "change this sentence to the imperative," except that the sentence is already an imperative.
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The correct letter is (A).
The sentence, as given, is imperative.
However, as Khoff says, it needs a period at the end.
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So, do u think the correct letter would be D? Cuz if a) and b) are "wrong"...
Im really nervous about this question. =/
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thanks, im really confused about it.
each one tells me one alternative... some people said A and B (but its impossible, cuz there is only one correct alternative) and some people said D.
Well. idk... Emotion: sad