"Good morning children!"
omg so mad I said "bon matin" instead of "bonjour" and it said i was wrong!
Not in French, I'm afraid. The object (enfants) needs its article (les). Sure, a frenchman would understand what you mean, but it's not correct French.
"bonjour enfants" may be understandable if the situation is clear (you don't speak french, by "enfants" you don't mean "enfant"...)
I think: bonjour mon enfants. would be correct too, as it is saying to people, when you look at them and greet, u cant just say, "the children"...isnt it?
"bonjour mon enfant" is an affectionate greeting but "bonjour mes enfantS" refer to your children only.
No, "bonjour mon enfant" is "hello my child", singular. "Bonjour mes enfants" would be "hello my children", plural.
Funny, it says “DO NOT report mistakes here” but doesn’t offer any other place to report mistakes.