I thought so, too. But I don't know. And you never know if they want dance or play as translation for kucheza... (yes, I keep reporting it...)
Yes it does, but it's not necessarily in the same sentence. This could be part of a longer story, and context tells you whether it's present, past or future.
just inconsistencies- at one point, if I put we played and we jumped (or whatever the sentence- if I put pronouns in both), it marked me wrong. here I put the pronoun twice- and it marked me wrong.
Tu- is the 1st person plural pronoun
Li- is an indicator of tense (past)
Me- is a indicator of tense (recent past- kinda like past perfect)
Tulicheza - we played
Tumecheza - we have played