These activities use sports vocabulary. You can just practice sports terms, pronounciation, and spelling if you'd like. Just use the first three options, 'learn and review','vocabulary', and 'spelling'. To practice the present perfect tense, try the 'questions' and 'grammar' options.
The questions and answers for this game are as follows.
A: How long have you played this?
B: I have played soccer since I was 5.
A: How long has she played this?
B: She has played tennis for 8 years.
A: Have you played golf for 10 years?
B: Yes, I have. / No, I haven't.
A: Has she played badminton since 2014?
B: Yes, she has. / No, she hasn't.
The grammar acitivies use first, second, and third person present perfect tense. The yes/no audio questions only use third person.
The grammar exercises have a heavy emphasis on subject verb agreement, as well as proper use of time expressions with 'since' and 'for'.
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