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Here are two simple sentences. They are separate ideas. Each has a subject and a verb.. I love ice cream. Dad likes cookies. We can join them into a compound sentence by adding a comma and one of the FANBOYS.. I love ice cream, but Dad likes cookies. Each time you use one of the FANBOYS to join two sentences, you must also use a comma. As you join two simple sentences, tell yourself "comma ...