What is particular 'verb' for the situation when one's footwear doesn't fit his foot and his foot comes out of the footwear again and again? Do we say:

The shoe is getting out again and again.

Or do we say:

The foot is getting out of shoe again and again.

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    Why not "My foot keeps coming out of my shoe"? – chevybow Jun 17 at 19:00

You would probably say either "The shoe keeps coming off." or "The shoe keeps falling off."

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