@Arjun @Bhagirathi
None of my friends are perfect can be written an "all of my friends are not perfect".
Now all of my friends are not perfect could be written as:
$\forall x (F(x) \implies \lnot P(x))$
$\forall x (\lnot F(x) \cup \lnot P(x))$
By de Morgan's law: -
$\lnot \exists(F(x) \cap P(x))$
Which is equivalent to option D.
Sir, what is the right way to interpret it?