Broke or broken

The word “Break” is a present form and past form of the word is “broke” and the word “broken” is present perfect form. You need to know use of tense for using the words “Break”, “Broke” or “Broken”. When you use “Broke” such as “She broke my mobile”, then you are talking about the past incident and when you say “She has broken my mobile”, then you have been saying that your mobile is now break or out of order. With using “have”, “has” or “had”; you cannot use the word “broken”. You have use words “have”, “has” or “had” according to the tense.
There are many words like “Broke” or “Broken” and you will get the list of the past and present perfect. You may get the list in the Grammar book or you can use google for finding the list. You should remember the list and you can use the word properly. I hope that you have understood where you need to use the words “Break”, “Broke” or “Broken”. If you have any problems related these words, then you should use a good dictionary. You may use “Oxford Advanced English Dictionary” and you should read the tense properly for understanding well.

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