As I saw on a grammar website, "She went into the home and left her shoes" equals "She went into the home, leaving her shoes". Can this usage also be used with other tenses? Like future tense, present perfect tense, etc..
P.S. I mean, does the sentence "she has been working AND WRITING composion in her office" equal "she has been working, WRITING composition in her office". .... and does "I will pay for it AND GIVE SOME PAMPHLET to you" equal "I will pay for it, GIVING SOME PAMPHLET to you"...etc.
Here is the source that describes an action that happens just before another action.