Question: This is also used to just mean "she went," right? And specifically "she left" would be "hun dro bort," yes? (I ask because, in English, they are often not the same).
does "hun gikk" work?
That'd be "She walked". Were you to add a destination, it would work: "Hun gikk hjem" = "She left for home".
Since there is no context for the sentence I wrote, "Hun forlot." I was marked wrong.