Is there ALWAYS a comma between the two parts of a compound sentence? "I went to school, and my brother went to work."
There is when the are connected by a coordinating conjunction. Another way is to use a semicolon with no conjunction, but this option isn't used as much.
I went to school, and my brother went to work.
I went to school; my brother went to work.
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