|I too am a chicken lover. I like to play with them while they are still considered chicks and eat them once they become full-blown plump chickens. I like them breaded and fried, boiled, stewed, in sauce, with dumplings and in a salad. My sister and I used to have two Roosters as pets, they followed us everywhere. They even rode on the handlebars of our bicycles as we road down the street. They were great fun until one day they came up missing. My sister and I were very sad about it. Two days later we all enjoyed a meal of fried chicken and rice, it was delicious. We never did find out what happened to our roosters. I wonder what could have happened to them? Hmmmmm?
Well enough about me, back to your review. Might I make a few suggestions?
Omit the words (in), unless downtown is a specific name of a place if so then capitalize downtown. Also in the last sentence it would sound better if you inserted the word (you).
The organization’s headquarters are (in) downtown. It’s an eighty-story building, the tallest building (in) downtown. If you go inside the building you’ll see signs everywhere like, “leave the chickens alone”, “You can’t eat me if I don’t want ( ) to”,
In the sentence below insert the word (been).
The company has ( ) very successful over the past couple of years.
Have a Happy Chicken Day. Ginger