Why would it be veckan?
It’s just that the word förra requires a definite form. The word nästa (next) does not however. Sorry.
We forgive you, though, since your verbs never conjugate by person.
lol omg this is the best
Förra is an adjective? How will I know when the word requires a definite form?
Case by case apparently.
It doesn't mean the same thing. You can say den sista veckan, but that is the last week (as in 'the final week').
When you say 'last week' as a standalone phrase in English with no context, it will be understood as 'the week before this one'.
I know thanks to Melodifestivalen
Isnt there also a word före? Difference?
före is like 'before' in English
i have difficulties with this one as it displays "last week" as a correct answer on a similar exercise and incorrect with "previous week"?
Needs “The previous week”