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    #1

    How can I tell someone to leave my room?

    I can say "Get out".

    Can I also say "Go out"?

    And is there other ways to say?
    Hello everyone. My Name is Noppanat. I'm from Thailand.

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    #2

    Re: How can I tell someone to leave my room?

    - Get out
    - Just leave
    - Just go
    Not "go out".

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    #3

    Re: How can I tell someone to leave my room?

    Quote Originally Posted by noppanat View Post
    Can I also say "Go out"?
    You can, but it means something else.

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    #4

    Re: How can I tell someone to leave my room?

    Most swear words + off will do the job too: p!ss off, etc.

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    #5

    Re: How can I tell someone to leave my room?

    You could also say 'Go away'.

    There are many possibilities - it's just a matter of how polite or blunt you wish to be. All the alternatives we've seen so far are very blunt, direct imperatives.
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    #6

    Re: How can I tell someone to leave my room?

    Quote Originally Posted by Skrej View Post
    All the alternatives we've seen so far are very blunt, direct imperatives.
    Rightly so, I believe: the OP wants to tell someone to leave the room - not ask them.

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