Simple and Compound Sentences


Simple and Compound Sentences

By David Abdullah, 1306415592

Haruka Ayu Suhita, 1306403743

Khoirunnisa Meilinda, 1306409431

Zarmayana Nur Khairunni, 130646732

 

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Not every culture in the world eats every kind of meat. Nearly everybody enjoys chicken. One of the most famous names in chicken is Kentucky Fried Chicken. The man who started this business was not always a wealthy man. At one time, he owned a small gas station next to a main highway. Many truck drivers stopped at his gas station. They wanted to get gas and rest. Many of the drivers had been driving for many hours. They were hungry. Mr. Sanders realized they were hungry. He began serving sandwiches and coffee. He served only sandwiches and coffee. The sandwiches were good. The sandwiches didn’t cost much. More and more drivers began to eat at his place. Mr. Sanders began serving chicken.

The drivers had eaten it. They told their friends. His new business grew rapidly. It did not last long. The highway department builds a new main highway. Much of the traffic bypassed Mr. Sander’s station and restaurant. He had to close the restaurant. This happened. He was sixty-five years old. He knew his recipe for fried chicken was good. He went around the country trying to sell his idea of opening small restaurants that would specialize in fried chicken. By 1967, there were almost five thousand Kentucky Fried Chicken restaurants. You go anywhere in the United States. You will see one. You like fried chicken. You will enjoy colonel’s chicken. Colonel Sanders died in 1980. His name will live on.

 

 

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Not every culture in the world eats every kind of meat, but nearly everybody enjoys chicken. One of the most famous names in chicken is Kentucky Fried Chicken. The man who started this business was not always a wealthy man. At one time, he owned a small gas station next to a main highway and many truck drivers stopped at his gas station to get gas and rest. Many of the drivers had been driving for many hours, so they were hungry. Mr. Sanders realized they were hungry, thus he began serving sandwiches and coffee. He served only sandwiches and coffee. The sandwiches were good and it didn’t cost much. More and more drivers began to eat at his place, so Mr. Sanders began serving chicken.

 

The drivers had eaten it and they told their friends. His new business grew rapidly, yet it did not last long. The highway department builds a new main highway and much of the traffic bypassed Mr. Sander’s station and restaurant. Consequently he had to close the restaurant. This happened when he was sixty-five years old. He knew his recipe for fried chicken was good, thus he went around the country trying to sell his idea of opening small restaurants that would specialize in fried chicken. By 1967, there were almost five thousand Kentucky Fried Chicken restaurants. If you go anywhere in the United States, you will see one. And if you like fried chicken, you will enjoy colonel’s chicken. Colonel Sanders died in 1980, but his name will live on.

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