Need someone that speaks Norwegian?

Basically, what does this mean 'du tok d jo forrige uka?', the 'jo' part may be someones name, i dont know.

3 Answers

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago
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    'du tok d jo forrige uka?'

    if you were to write it properly it would be: 'du tok det jo forrige uke?'

    'uka' is slang for week, but it doesn't make sense to use it in this sentence

    it means 'but you took it last week?' or 'but you did it last week?'

    there is no english translation for 'jo' in this context, but the best translation of it would be to replace it with 'but' in the beginning

    'jo' is in fact a name, but not in this sentence

    Source(s): norwegian
  • 1 decade ago

    du tok == you took

    d == probably an abbreviation for 'det' == it

    jo == certainly

    forrige uke == last week

    "You certainly took it last week."

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    "(but) you took that the last week?"


    "(I thought) you took that last week?"

    would be easier if we got to read the other sentences

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