Both could be correct.
One is a question - How long have you been playing tennis?
One is a statement - You have been playing tennis.
yes, correct, with the exception it has no punctuation
"How long you wait here" is incorrect. Here are some fixes depending on the circumstances:How long have you been waiting here for?How long have you been waiting here?How long will you wait here?For how long have you been waiting here?Hope this helps!
The correct phrase is "we have not drunk in long time."
gare-long gare-long gare-long gare-long
Serena Williams began playing tennis at the age of four. This means she has been playing tennis for 29 years. However, she has been playing professionally for 19 years.
he started playing tennis at the age of 5
19 years exactly
Will start play tennis tomorrow morning after such a long breaking
she trains 3 hours a day and never stops
Tennis has been around for 7000 years.
The inside line is the boundary for tennis when playing singles. The outside line is the boundary in Doubles.
How long have you been in USA or How long you have been in USA.?
Since he was 15 or 16 years oldSince he was very young and became a profesionals when he was about 15-16years old
dontt ask stupid things
samba has been playing since the 1920s
2.74m long x 1.52m wide and 30cm high