One of my students barged into my classroom one day and was getting on my nerves because I needed to clean up the mess he had himself made earlier, so I wanted to ask him to leave me alone and go away.
Which of these two possible ways of asking him to leave would be more natural for me to use in this situation? Do they mean the same thing? Is one better?
- Will you just go?
- Can you just go?
If both are grammatical constructions that a native speaker would routinely use, then which if either is preferred for this particular circumstance and why? Is this the normal way to express what I want to say, and if not, then what would be better?