who can tell me the differences

@sirzhang (229)
China
July 23, 2010 7:00am CST
I get confused with these following phrase. ”Here you are, here it is, here they are, here we are, here we go“. What's the differences among these phrases? If there are examples for explaination, I will be gald. Another question, is there any expression like "here is it, here are you". Looking forward to your help. thank you.
3 responses
@meemingNEW (2228)
• Philippines
23 Jul 10
Here you are - is used when you're handing something over to someone. Consider you as yourself. Here it is - finding and pointing something over. It may refer to a thing, place. Here they are - refers to a group particularly people that you're looking for and locating them in the process. They - plural; 3rd-person Here we are - refers to arriving at some place/point. We - first-person. means your included. Here we go - refers to starting to go to a particular place or starting to do something. We-first person; your included. P.S: Please correct me if I'm wrong but that's what I know about those phrases. Best of luck.
@sirzhang (229)
• China
23 Jul 10
I guess so. At first, I was not sure the exact meaning and did't know how to use them. Now, it's ok. Thank you.
@dnbc87 (78)
• Philippines
23 Jul 10
"Here you are" - when you found someone, "Here it is" - when you found an object, "Here they are" - when you found a group of objects/persons, "Here we are" - when you arrived at a location with someone or to declare your location, "Here we go" - when two or more persons will start to do something or go somewhere. about the expression... I don't think I have ever heard that before.
@sirzhang (229)
• China
23 Jul 10
thanks a lot, Got it.
@rucrazy4 (785)
• India
23 Jul 10
"Here u are " not meaningful phrase .. it may be U are there, because no one make this like query to any person.... and "here it is" is different ... make means to some thing found this place..... and here they are .... same as first ..but we go globally then place may be city and some one asking that "they" objects are here...