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Avoir une pomme. Avoir un enfant. Are these correct French sentences?

Duolingo is asking me to translate "Avoir une pomme." and "Avoir un enfant." It accepts answers like "To have an apple."

But Duolingo says that "Have an apple" / "Have a child" are the correct answers.

I am just learning, but these don't seem like valid sentences as there is no conjugated verb. It's not the imperative, so what is it? What is an example context where these statements would make sense?

October 25, 2012


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