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If someone keeps entering and exiting my bedroom, and I want him to stop. Should I say:
- don’t come in and out of my bedroom.
- don’t go in and out of my bedroom.
Is this just a case of directional difference between the verbs ‘come’ and ‘go’, or is it that only one of them fits as part of an idiomatic construction?
Also, apart from ‘in and out’, are there any other expressions/phrases that can express the same idea succinctly?