How do you use here you are?
(idiomatic) Said when handing something over to someone or doing a favour to them, usually to draw the recipient’s attention to the exchange; equivalent to “thank you” when receiving something..
What does here you go mean?
used when you are giving someone something that they have asked for or that they have just bought. Here you go sir.
What is here we go again?
phrase. You use expressions such as ‘here we go’ and ‘here we go again’ in order to indicate that something is happening again in the way that you expected, especially something unpleasant. [informal] ‘Police!
What does off we go mean?
leaving to go”Off we go…” Means that you are leaving to go somewhere. You can either just say “Off we go!” Or “Off we go to the store!” It is usually used right when you are actually moving.
What do you mean by their?
Their means “belongs to them.” They’re is a contraction of “they are” or “they were.”
Is it rude to say here you go?
“Here you go” and “There you go” are quite informal. If you say this to your teacher or your boss, they might think you’re being rude or impolite. So use the more formal “Here you are” or “There you are” instead.
What’s the difference between here you are and here you go?
The difference is intent. “Here you are” is merely a statement that “here is something you wanted”. “Here you go” expresses more enthusiasm and excitement.
Why do we say here you go?
A: “Here you go,” an idiomatic expression that showed up in writing in the 1800s, is a casual way of saying “Here it is” when you give someone something that’s requested. That’s why an easygoing barista says “here you go” rather than the more formal “here it is” when he hands over your mocha latte.