What does “Doko de sono pākā kata desu ka?” mean in Japanese?

I was watching a show with this girl in it and her friend turned and asked her
Doko de sono pākā kata desu ka?

Does that mean “Where is that parka I bought you”?

If not, what does it mean?

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2 Responses to What does “Doko de sono pākā kata desu ka?” mean in Japanese?

  1. Elzinha says:

    I guess she is wearing a parkar, its mean
    “Where did you to get that parka?”
    “Where did you to buy that parka?”

  2. watson says:

    The sentence is not correct.
    It should be ‘Doko de sono pākā katta n desu ka?’

    Literally, it means …
    doko de / sono pākā / katta / n desu ka
    where / that parka / bought / [question] etc.

    So, ‘Where did you buy that parka?’ is the correct translation.

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