The sentence says "You play as him" but all of the choices have the last word as
el instead of
él. I believe "Tú juegas como él" to be the right choice, is that correct?
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Of course the second one is the right way,
el without the accent is an article and
él with the accent is a pronoun, which in this case is the one that you should use.
el => article (the) él => 3rd person pronoun (he/him) tu => posesive (yours) tú => 2nd person pronoun (you)
So, to construct the sentence you're asking for, you will need both words to be pronouns to make real sense, so that would be :
Tú juegas como él
You play as him.
juegas is the right conjugation of the verb
jugar for the 2nd person present indicative,
juega is for the 3rd person and
juego is for the 1st.
Both, the first and the third answers, are correct (except for the
el mistaken for
él issue that you mention).
The first one
Tú juegas como él is correct. It means
You play like he plays or
You play the same way he plays.
The third answer
Tú juega como él is also correct because it is a mandatory sentence (imperative mood), meaning
You have to play like he does.