On my science review the teacher said i got a question wrong and that question says 'circle the objects that rotate so i circled the answers Earth and Moon but she said that the Sun rotates and i thought to myself does it really rotate.
Everything rotates. If two particles collide and stick, they rotate because the collision was not perfectly centered. If a charged particle moves, it generates a magnetic field such that it moves in a spiral path.
I am told that the equator of the sun rotates faster than the rest, but they don't say how they measured that. You can't trust astronomers. They say a lot of things that have not actually been measured.