Perfect Progressive Tense
|The perfect progressive tense describes actions that repeated over a period of time in the past, are continuing in the present, and/or will continue in the future.|
The present perfect progressive tense tells you about a continuous action that was initiated in the past and finished at some point in the past; however, the action has some relation to the present time. Use have/has + been + ing.
Choose the incorrect sentence from the following.
1)I have been sleeping all day today.
2)They will have been walking for almost an hour by the time they arrive at their destination.
3)She have been eating a lot recently.
3) have -> has [TO BE CONTINUED]