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    Which one is correct?
    1-My car is broken down.
    2-My car has broken down.
    Thank you in advance.

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    Either, though is is a bit shaky. Better to say my car has broken down, thus my car is not running, or working, or on the road anymore, or is ready for the scrap heap. )

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