I like this short, simple presentation, but it does leave out two examples:
A simple sentence may have a compound subject AND a compound predicate:
Tom and Jerry jumped and ran.
Tom and Jerry [COMPOUND SUBJECT] jumped and ran [COMPOUND PREDICATE].
Compound sentences may be joined by a semicolon, a conjunctive adverb, and a comma:
Tom and Jerry jumped and ran; thus, the chase was on.
Tom and Jerry jumped and ran; thus, [CONJUNCTIVE ADJECTIVE] the chase was on.
• HANDOUT – How to Join Compound & Complex Sentences – Sierra College
• The 8 basic sentence punctuation patterns
• 5+2: the 7 sentence patterns of English
• 3 ways to combine the 7 sentence patterns