I have learnt that a noun that is preceding an intransitive verb should go with the GA particle (it is a subject). And a noun that is preceding a transitive verb then it should be used with the WO particle (it is an object).
However, I have also learnt that verbs in Japanese can be connected with TE FORM. So can we connect an intransitive verb with a transitive verb?
If it is yes, then how can we decide which particle to use (GA or WO)? Because in this sentence the Noun is the subject for a verb but also the object for the other?
The pattern is just like this:
NOUN (GA/WO) V1 TE + V2 TE +... In which V(n) can be a transitive verb or intransitive verb.
Could you please give me some examples.