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Yes I have; you told me stuff about the sea. You told many things: what is in them; and how big they are.
Semi-colons are used to link two independent clauses together because the two clauses are connected in meaning. They also separate different phrases that might make up a list.
Then you know what to do tonight: do your homework on the size of seas, and the things in them.
Colons introduce a list of things or introduce an item.
The sea's blue waters are nice. The peoples boats' are always in it. I couldn't ever own a boat, I'm too tired.
Exclamation points are used when the sentence is shouted or crazy. Apostrophes are used to signify ownership and replace a letter in a word.
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