Correct the fragment below.

Bring money for snacks.

a. Bring money for snacks when we go to the zoo.
b. Will you bring money for snacks?
c. You should bring money for snacks.
d. No correction is required. This is a complete sentence.


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  1. D is correct, yes. It's a command.

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