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Which of these terms is interchangeable with atmosphere?

4.all of these
5.none of these

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    What do you think?

    We'll be glad to comment on your answer.

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    Im not really sure, I think its the mood but not too suree.

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    But doesn't the setting and the tone also contribute to the atmosphere?

    A setting in a dark woods with a threatening tone certainly portrays a different atmosphere than a setting in a sunlit beach with an joyful tone.

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    ok thank you..

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