Around or Round?
Exemple : ‘’He left his clothes scattered around his bedroom floor.’’
“Around” and “round” are both used but in different contexts. “Around” is both a preposition and adverb and is used to denote going in a direction going around the edge of something. It can also be used to denote an unclear location.
Exemple : ‘’The moon travels round the earth.’’
“Round” is a preposition and adverb used to suggest going in a circular direction around something. It can also be used as an adjective to mean circular or complete.