Translation:What did you do last weekend?
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In Chinese, 在 is a verb. Although It is normal to say just "at" in English, it literally means "to be located at."
I can't really comment on the previous example with 在 without knowing the full sentence. It is possible to talk about the past without using 了, especially when a time adverb is in the past. However, sometimes Chinese people use certain characters optionally if it creates a better sound or rhythm to their ear. A native speaker would have a better idea why it's used in this particular sentence.