more room to grow into the shoes

Super Saiyan

Senior Member
Cantonese
Hi, if you want to ask Ann, who's helping Tom (a kid) put on his shoes, to see whether there's room in the shoes for a kid's feet to grow into.

Can I ask: Ann, Tom's shoes look very tight. "Is there more room for Tom's feet to grow into it?" or "is there more space for Tom's feet to grow into it?"

Are they natural? Thanks.
 
  • Cagey

    post mod (English Only / Latin)
    English - US
    Where I live, people ask about 'room to grow'. In the context, there is no need to explain that we are talking about space for the feet.

    I live in the US, in California. It is possible that people use different wording in different places.
     

    Super Saiyan

    Senior Member
    Cantonese
    Thanks, Cagey. So my sentence ‘is there more room for Peter’s feet to grow into?’ Is this a correct sentence?
     
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