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Write two sentences that each use a semi-colon correctly. Make sure the two uses are different from each other.

1. There are many ways to get to the park; however, this is the easiest way.

2. My birthday is October 23, 1989; Mike’s birthday is August 31, 1982.

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    Both are well done. Nice!

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