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Can a verb come after a conjunction taking example of this sentence:

Please Forward This Code And Notify Website Developer To Paste It Before </head> Tag And Make Please Get It Upload The HTML File In The Attachment And Need Html And Xml Sitemap

The question is that here And is a conjunction and Notify is a verb is it right to use a verb after a conjunction or we can say can a conjunction become a subject

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  • A verb after and is okay. "And Make Please Get It Upload The HTML File In The Attachment And Need Html And Xml Sitemap" doesn't make any sense though. – nnnnnn Mar 12 '20 at 12:31
  • ok means and can be a subject of a sentence if used as – Trade Nivesh Investment Adviso Mar 12 '20 at 12:43
  • No, the conjunction is not a subject. The second clause has the same subject as the first one. "He fell down and broke his leg" -- "He" is the subject of both "fell" and "broke" – Barmar Mar 12 '20 at 12:46
  • The kids hopped and skipped and jumped. – Hot Licks Mar 12 '20 at 13:11
  • //Please forward this code and notify the website developer to paste it before 'some noun', tag and make....// After this, it confuses. Is it, ...Please get it. Upload....,OR, Please get it uploaded... [I am unable to relate the sentence after this]. Not sure, if it is my problem, or the sentence needs improvement. – Ram Pillai Mar 12 '20 at 15:10
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It's fine to have a verb after a conjunction.

He fell down and broke his leg.

The subject of both clauses is "he". It's short for

He fell down and he broke his leg.

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