In Japanese, you cannot simply combine to sentences using と (in Japanese). While there are other terms like そして that mean "and", the following constructions are the most widely accepted.

Sentence 1 [Verb (-te form)], Sentence 2.
Sentence 1 [Noun] + で, Sentence 2
Sentence 1 [NA Adjective] + で, Sentence 2.
Sentence 1 [I Adjective (-くて)], Sentence 2.

ははは いしゃ ちちは インジニア でした。 My mother was a doctor and my father was an engineer. S1 (で), S2.
まいばん あびて、十時に ねます。   Every night I take a shower and go to bed at 10:00. S1 (Verb -te form), S2.
日本語は たのしくて、むずかしい。  Japanese class is fun and difficult. S1 (-i adjective + くて), S2.
せんせいは しずか、きれいです。 The teacher is quiet and beautiful. S1 (-na adjective + で), S2


The -te form can be used to politely ask someone to do something.

Verb (-te form) + ください     Please do …..

このすしを たべて ください。 Please eat(try) this sushi.
しゅくだいを だして ください。 Please turn in the homework.
えんぴつを かして ください。 Please lend me a pencil.


The -te form can also be used to ask for or grant permission to do something.

Verb (-te form) + も いいですか May I …..
………………. + も いいです You may ….

おといれへ いって も いいですか。  May I please go to the bathroom.
おみずを のんで も いいです。   Yes, you may drink water.
でて も いい ですか。 May I leave.