Is "to close her eyes" a one-off action or a prolong one?
I think there are some verbs used to express some actions that can not be prolonged.
For example, "I have been finishing the homework for 1 hour" because when you finish it, it just happens right away.
When we say "she closes her eyes", it's hard to say but I think "She has been closing her eyes for 1 hour" sounds wrong because that closing-eyes action only takes about 1 sec to complete it.
Do you say "She has been closing her eyes for 1 hour" or "Her eyes have been closed for 1 hour"?
And "She is closing her eyes now so I don't see them" or "Her eyes are closed now so I don't see them"?