Clark: You two know each other?

Kara: He's the one that broke into our house As in braking-and-entering?
and forced my family from our home. Evicted them?

MM: Considering what your father did,
you were lucky.
Meaning they were lucky to take the lesser punishment?
"Broke into" - yes, but it's "breaking and entering." Braking is what you do with the pedal in your car.

Forced my family - this could mean they were evicted, or it could just mean he threw them out at gunpoint while he ransacked the house, I suppose. Can't tell just from "forced."

"you were lucky" - yes.
Students: Are you brave enough to let our tutors analyse your pronunciation?
Thanks, D!
I'm always confusing the spelling of brake/break.
A very bad knack.
Don't worry. The only ones you really need to watch are your/you're and its/it's. Everything else is forgivable. Emotion: smile