About handing over
While you are giving or handing over something to somebody can you say
"Here you are" and if not what should you say?
Re: About handing over
Yes. You can say "Here you are".
Originally Posted by lalantha
You also hear 'There you are', in British English.
"Here you go" ;-)
People also say (in AE), "Here you go." They also say that in Australian. (A couple of the "kids" on "my" forum are Australian.)
Originally Posted by tdol
Many Thanks folks for your valuable comments.
PS We also use 'here you go' in Britain. :o
Ha ha RonBee, you made me laugh!
btw, "down there" often means what? does it refer to remoter areas?
Thanks. I guess I sort of meant to do that. :)
Originally Posted by vvaann
It could. Basically, it just means somewhere else. BTW, a popular nickname for Australia is Down Under. I might have been unconsciously thinking of that. btw
, "down there" often means what?
does it refer to remoter areas?
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