Coordination, uncoordinated, emphatic
Consistency, interjection, conjunction
Word order, coordination, and subordination
There are four ways not three
Murder was Dave's only solution.
Dave knew only one solution: Murder.
For Dave murder was the only solution.
None of these are emphatic
Taking a word out of its natural or usual position in a sentence and relocation it in an unexpected place.
Combining two words in a sentence to make a different meaning.
Making the sentence less confusing.
I'm still working on my laboratory report, so I won't be able to catch a ride home with my sister who is leaving today.
My laboratory report isn't finished, and today my sister is leaving for a visit home.
When Lew makes bagels on Tuesday, lines in front of his store are a block long.
Lew makes bagels on Tuesday. Lines in front of the store are a block long.