Anyway here you go, found for ya

ZOOLANDER

Member
ITALIAN
Hello to everyone,
is my first thread so I'm a little excited...

I've just received an e-mail from a friend of mine that I hadn't seen and
heard for a long time; she wrote to me " Greetings, how are you ?
Anyway here you go, found for ya..."

What does it mean " Anyway here you go, found for ya"
I specify who wrote it is Italian but she can speak English fluently..

Thanks a lot
 
  • Loob

    Senior Member
    English UK
    Hello Zoolander - welcome to the forums!:)

    I suspect that what your friend is saying is "I have found [something] for you", but to be sure, can you give us the complete sentence?
     

    Copyright

    Senior Member
    American English
    I'm thinking she's saying that she's found herself for you... by getting in touch. Sort of a Here I am... ta da!
     

    ZOOLANDER

    Member
    ITALIAN
    Thank a lot Loob and Copyright, it feels so good to know that there's someone can help people to know and understand each other...

    Anyway the complete sentence is the one I wrote.... but I think the Copyright's explanation is more fitting....

    Thank you really

    Hear you soon
     
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