30 July

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In the phrase “to be flat broke”

“Broke” is an adjective, but what part of the speech is “flat”?

And another question “broke”-wise. I’ve seen some examples when “broke” was used instead of “broken”: his leg is broke, your nose is broke. Is it correct?

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