Verb romper  

Resources Top 100 Verbs Verb Romper - to break
Overview

The verb romper (conjugation) is irregular only in its past participle. It means to break. The conjugation in the present is shown in the table below.

yo rompo (I break)
rompes (you break)
Ud./él/ella rompe (you/he/she breaks)
nosotros (as) rompemos (we break)
vosotros (as) rompeis (you guys break)
Uds./ellos/ ellas rompen (you all/they break)

No rompo nada.

I don't break anything.

Ella rompe la silla.

She breaks the chair.

Rompemos las reglas.

We break the rules.

El niño rompió la silla.

The kid broke the chair.

rompes mi corazón.

You break my heart.


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