Damn. So useful word for the beginner
Isn't it? Faucet it's a common word to teach when dealing with parts of the house, you do not use that word every day, sure; but you interact with that object on daily basis, so it's not really 'advanced'.
And broken is a very common adjective
The sentence says: the faucet is broken. Its not " MY" faucet is broken
"My faucet is broken" will be:
Another alternative word for "my faucet":