I wanted to know how one would conjugate multiple verbs in a single sentence.
Michael sat at the table, thinking about what he did.
There was a man at the table, eating quietly.
I heard him yelling and trying to enter the house.
As he ran, feeling the air in his lungs, a man waved in his direction.
Usually I eat, sleep and have a shower before going to work.
What's confusing me the most regarding the first 4 examples is how the present progressive would be rendered in these as the subject is mentioned only at the start of the sentence.
In relation to the fifth example, I thought maybe one could repeat the subject (I/je) for each action.
Overall, I'm wondering what the grammatical rules are regarding multiple verb conjugations in French.