There is a man inside a room on the 2nd floor. Is it idiomatic to say the following?
"Don't lean out of the window. You may fall out."
Now, there is a man standing outside a house at the window. His girlfriend is inside the house. Can we say
"He leaned into the window to kiss her."
because the opposite of "out of" is "into"?
Also, can we say
- "We climbed out of the window to get out of the house." and
"We climbed into the window to get into the house"?
or do we have to say
- "We climbed through the window to get out of the house" and
"We climbed through the window to get into the house"?