Check out the following HAVE sentences. Some are right, some not. Can you correct the wrong ones?
- I can see that my students HAVE a splendid time here in Malta.
- Maria HAD BEEN HAVING her apartment for 10 years.
- They‘RE HAVING serious problems with their accommodation.
- We’VE BEEN HAVING too many late nights.
- ARE you HAVING a public holiday on the 29th June in your country?