I am always having a good time when I go to the cinema.
I think it wrong.
I always have a good time when I go to the cinema. - correct.
She is always taking a shower when I arrive. - correct
She always takes a shower when I arrive. - correct
What if I want to convey the order of actions of sentence 3 but with the verb HAVE?
1 is not available. Does it mean that it's not possible to convey this idea with the verb HAVE?
- She is always having a shower when I arrive.
I think WRONG.
If you think that 5 is correct, then how come 1 is wrong?