In addition to tense, the Archi language has a bunch of verb modifiers for things like gender (of which there are four options, because, hey, they're progressive), case, number, and a bunch of other grammatical nuances missing from English. For example, an Archi verb takes the ending -cugu if the speaker is expressing doubt that something happened, -ra if it possibly happened and -er if it happened with certainty.
So when expressing "He farted" in Archi, the speaker can account for who farted, when they farted, how many of them farted, how sure you are that they did in fact fart, how loudly they farted, the circumstances under which they farted, and probably how badly the fart smelled -- just by slightly changing the verb. So by the time you, as a new speaker, figure out how to tell this bastard to stop fogging up the car with butt, everybody has long since died from methane poisoning.
It's pronounced with a silent but deadly T.