I think it is also possibly because of the imperative verb form you used - montre is appropriate for tes, not for vos, which would need montrez-moi. In usage, I guess it is also unlikely you would use an imperative in this context for someone you needed to address formally - except maybe if you carried some official role/authority as well? Hopefully this is correct!
could it be your answer was marked wrong --not because of what you think -- but because you didn't agree the verb with the pronoun properly? you mixed the forms. it should've been either montre-moi TES mains or montrEZ-moi vos mains.
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