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I got a break. = .....................
I've got a break. = ........................

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Base language: English
Category: Language

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    A break = a time in which someone is not busy with whatever they were doing (working, studying, etc.)

    "I got a break" = past tense
    "I've got a break" = present tense

    Example:

    "I got a break from studying geometry, so I went to the store. But now I'm studying again."
    "I've got a break from work. I have to go back to work in an hour."

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