Can I say,

(a) Last Sunday was sunny. Mr Tan was going (out)to work early. He drove his car and got out from /of his house.

(b) He drove his car out and then got out to close the gate.

(c) Before he drove (his car), he got out and closed the gate.

(d) When he got out (of his house), he closed the gate of his house.

(e) He drove his car out and got out / off his car and went to closed the gate.
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(a) Last Sunday was sunny. Mr Tan was going to work early. He left his house and went to his garage.

(b) He drove his car out of the garage, and then got out to close the gate.

(c) Before he drove away, he got out and closed the gate.

(d) When he left, he closed the gate of his house.

(e) He drove his car out and got out to close the gate.
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(b) He drove his car out of the garage, and then got out to close the gate.

Why did you use a comma before "and," Rachel?! I would only use a comma if we had "... and then he got out ..." You haven't used a comma in a similar sentence:
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(e) He drove his car out and got out to close the gate.


Was it a typo or intentional?

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