Put the following words in order to make a sentence: if / borrowed / friend's / and / it / you / What / broke / your / stereo / ?

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The words given: if / borrowed / friend's / and / it / you / What / broke / your / stereo / ? have to be arranged to form a grammatically correct sentence.

The word 'What ' has been capitalized, so we know that it is the first...

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The words given: if / borrowed / friend's / and / it / you / What / broke / your / stereo / ? have to be arranged to form a grammatically correct sentence.

The word 'What' has been capitalized, so we know that it is the first word of the sentence. Also, as there is a question mark which has to be used, the sentence formed will be a question. The presence of the apostrophe in 'friend's', indicates that what follows that word is something that belongs to the friend. The only word which can be used here is stereo.

One sentence that can be created using the words given is:

What if you borrowed your friend's stereo and broke it?

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