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sheShe liked the cake and ate it

What is the term for such structure? Can I combine, past, present and future verbs in one sentence with a single subject?.

She spoke to the man and will get the money later

And can I use progressive verb after conjunction and clause for one subject?

She watched the news and is now cleaning the bed

II've searched for the term of the structure of having one subject for multiple verbs, yet I haven't findfound one, can someone please explain me the rules and the official term of the sentence? Thank you.

she liked the cake and ate it

What is the term for such structure? Can I combine, past, present and future verbs in one sentence with a single subject?.

She spoke to the man and will get the money later

And can I use progressive verb after conjunction and clause for one subject?

She watched the news and is now cleaning the bed

I searched for the term of the structure of having one subject for multiple verbs, yet I haven't find one, can someone please explain me the rules and the official term of the sentence? Thank you.

She liked the cake and ate it

What is the term for such structure? Can I combine, past, present and future verbs in one sentence with a single subject?.

She spoke to the man and will get the money later

And can I use progressive verb after conjunction and clause for one subject?

She watched the news and is now cleaning the bed

I've searched for the term of the structure of having one subject for multiple verbs, yet I haven't found one, can someone please explain me the rules and the official term of the sentence? Thank you.

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One subject with multiple verbs

she liked the cake and ate it

What is the term for such structure? Can I combine, past, present and future verbs in one sentence with a single subject?.

She spoke to the man and will get the money later

And can I use progressive verb after conjunction and clause for one subject?

She watched the news and is now cleaning the bed

I searched for the term of the structure of having one subject for multiple verbs, yet I haven't find one, can someone please explain me the rules and the official term of the sentence? Thank you.