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Which sentence is written correctly in the imperative voice? Move your car to the back parking lot to make room for the customers, please. We could perhaps get more customers if the parking lot were bigger. I would have a bigger inventory if the building had a second floor. Would moving your car make all that much difference at this point?

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  1. nuccioreggie
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    I think its A

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    correct. Imperative --giving instructions, command

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