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Hi

Could you please give your take on the underlined sentences?

I want a ceiling fan in my office. Bracket fans make the atmosphere stuffy.

I want a ceiling fan in my office. Bracket fans make the environment stuffy.


Thanks,

Tom

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I would use "air" instead of "environment" or "atmosphere" in that context.

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Thanks, Teecher.

So are these completely OK?

I want a ceiling fan in my office. Bracket fans make the air stuffy.

I want a ceiling fan in my office. Bracket fans make the atmosphere stuffy.

Tom

Mr. TomSo are these completely OK?

Not the second.

teechr

I would use "air" instead of [ "environment" or "atmosphere"] in that context.