Completers and Modifiers: Combining Sentences
A subject + verb may take more than one completer.
Completers may be compounded by the conjunctions and, but, yet, or, nor:
Every 15,000 miles, you should change the oil and the oil filter in your car.
A word may take more than one modifier.
Sometimes modifiers simply pile up near the word they modify:
You may need an adjustable long-handled filter wrench [with a swivel joint].
At other times, modifiers are connected by the same conjunctions that create compound subjects, verbs, and completers--and, but, yet, or, nor:
However, [without tools] but [with a strong bare-handed grip] you can unscrew the filter simply and quickly.