I recently noticed that if the first verb of a sentence is past simple, the second verb must be the base form of the verb.
I made her suffer.
But I saw the following sentence in my book
He walked into the room and stopped.
In the second example stopped is not the base form of the verb. I guess the reason is 'and' in the sentence. But I don't why.
If it's possible for you please share more examples with me. I searched for it but I couldn't find anything.
The second verb must be :
to + v1 or
v1 + ing or
v1 where v1 = base form of the verb.