How do you say You broke a rule in spanish

How do you say You broke a rule in spanish


Ex: By talking in class, you broke rule number 3.

updated NOV 4, 2009
posted by erinsierra

2 Answers


Usted violó regla número tres


Violaste regla número tres

updated NOV 4, 2009
edited by Eddy
posted by Eddy

You broke a rule. = Usted rompió una regla.


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updated NOV 4, 2009
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