"jIpaw, jIlegh, jIchargh."
Translation:I arrived, I saw, I conquered.
If ever there was a clear case of needing perfective, this is it. There is no appeal to imperfect verbs here. Everyone knows what this phrase means.
jIpawta', jIleghta', jIchargh rIntaH.
I don't have a screenshot. I didn't type, but "arrive" was one of the word options. I think the other two were past tense, so it was probably:
I arrive, I saw, I conquered
Thank you. That extra information was helpful. I don't much like the idea of putting some of the verbs in a different tense without some indication that the tense changes. I'll give some thoughts to it, but I'm inclined to continue to only accept translations where all three verbs are in the same tense.
If that's the case, I would recommend not giving the present tense option to the level one users, or giving all three present tense options to the level one users.
I agree with that idea. It seems to be marked not to show them. Somehow it does anyway. I can't find a way to stop it. I'll ask the staff if this is a bug or if there's any way to prevent it.
Also, I don't know why the sentence discussions do this stupid thing of not showing you a reply button until you have already posted your reply to an earlier message in the thread.