So how is the past tense 'did' get shown here? It seems to say 'we do not play well' not 'we did not play well'.
Both present and past for "nós" end in -amos, I think.
What´s the accent for in the dictionary hint jogamos with accent over the a? Is that for past? or what verb tense?
With the accent is portuguese from Portugal (to diferenciate present and past in rhe 1st plural form). In Brazili it was abolished since 1990
Why is there no need to add a plural? 'Jogamos bons' é mal
I think it's because in this example, it's the "game" that wasn't played well. "Bem" is focusing on the activity, rather than the speakers ("us" or "nós")
"Nós não tocamos bem." should be accepted.