1. 5 Compound Sentences
1. Even though the name of Bangkok is related to olive, but the tree that is the symbol of Bangkok is not olive anymore, it is a weeping banyan.
2. The location was then selected with the consideration as a natural defense from enemies and the richness of water for lives earning.
3. Bangkok is a port which makes it accessible for trade by air, boat or train, this makes its atmosphere excellent for the trade environment.
4. Bangkok (Thailand) became known as one of the four tigers in Asia, but this rapid growth built up pressure until finally in 1997 it began the Asian financial crisis.
5. It is difficult to chane large notes in some market areas, so remember to ask for some small notes when changing money.
Compound Sentence has a coordinating word that tell us know that this sentence is compound such as and , but , or , so , for nor and yet etc. And in 5 sentences in this text has a coordinating word of Compound Sentence are but , and , for , so etc.
2. 5 Complex Sentences
1. It is noteworthy that the name “Bangkok” formerly referrec to a small fishing village which later expanded into communities on both sides of Chao Phraya River.
2. Bangkok is located in the central part of the country on the low-flat plain of the Chao Phraya River, which is the most important river that can be compared to the main artery of the nation.
3. Since Buddha statues and images represent the Buddha, visitors are asked to be having respectfully to all statues and images so as not to cause offence to local people.
4. His Majesty will always take with him a team of doctors and nurses to treat those who come to him with their illness.
5. His Majesty has dedicated himself to the development work in many sectors which have benefited the majority of Thais.
Complex Sentence use subordinating words (such as after , although , as , because before , if , since, when , where etc.) as well as relative pronouns (such as that , who , whom , whose , which etc.) In these 5 sentences has subordinating words and relative pronouns such as which (sentence 1 , 2 , 5) , that (sentence 1 , 2) , since (sentence 3) , who (sentence 4).