They were laughing and shouting at him and he was shouting back and having as good a time as they were.
To me the complete sentence should be:
They were laughing and shouting at him and he was shouting back and was having as good a time as they were having a good time. Is that right?
The words are ellipted in the original sentence to avoid repetition.
If it is it means we can say:
I am having a good time.
My question is : Can have be used in continunous tense in this context?
Have can be used continuously to refer to an experience
I'm having a terrible day
but not to refer to possesion
Last year I was having a car (incorrect).
I am not a teacher.
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