here we go/here we are
What is the difference among "there you go" , "here you are",and "here you go?"
Re: here we go/here we are
Here and There refer to a location:
Originally Posted by Guest
Here means, where I, the speaker, am located.
There means, where you, the listener, are located OR where it, the thing, is located)
-- Mom, can I borrow your red dress?
-- There you go again! I've already told you no. (=you're going into that again)
-- By the way, who was that handsome guy who's just sneaked out by the kitchen door?
-- Ok, here you are. (=she's giving the dress to her daughter)