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"bis auf dass" is not good German. You should use "bis auf die Tatsache, dass..."
Summary They are basically interchangeable with each other, but weil is used when refering to a important, new or unmentioned fact and da is used when something is less important, already mentioned or considered (commonly) known. Example: Das wundert mich, weil er gesagt hat, er wolle mitfahren. Da unser Garten genügend groß ist, könnten wir ...
The first parts of both sentences are alright and do not affect the following. Joining sentences like this (no conjunction or repetition of subject) is grammatically correct, though very rare. It is usually used half-poetically to describe activities in a ”streaming” way without relating them too much to each other or emphasising the actual content. For ...
I'm not sure if I would call either "correct". I myself would never use either sentence as is. I'm not entirely sure what you're trying to achieve, but joining events with a comma does work, if you have a true list (more than a pair; pairs are joined with a conjunction). So I'd say (a) Ich war gestern draußen und bin am Abend ins Kino gegangen. (b) ...
Both sentences are correct. However, one would only use them if they somehow fit better into the rhythm of the narration then the variants with “und”.
Yes. You could improve it like this maybe Gestern war ich draußen, ging am Abend **dann** ins Kino.
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