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A broken chair.
A chair broken.
Can we say 'please, don't bring me a chair broken again' instead of 'please, don't bring me a broken chair again'?
Only 'a broken chair' is correct in this context.
Tip for a better title: A broken chair.
Thanks for the answer. How about this one?
-Chairs broken are in this room.
Doesn't mean that ''chairs which is/was broken are in this room'' ?