Yes, it is used while offering the paper somebody but when I was a child I was playing a computer game. In the game when the soldier found the a map it is written on the screen that " here is a map of tunnel system". But in that game nobody was offering the map to the soldier. Is it enough context now?This question is difficult to answer without more context. It seems to be a stand-alone sentence invented for the purpose of differenting between the use of 'here' and 'there'. Others may be able to answer you directly, but could you provide more context? Are you pointing at a daily paper, offering it to someone, or what?
No. In that sentence the here and the there are different parts of grammar.Here is a daily paper. Is this sentence short form of "Here there is a daily paper?
You use here when the paper is close to you or you are holding it.What is the difference between the sentences "Here is a daily paper" and "There is a daily paper." ?
Thank you Paul. Then here there is a Daily paper is a wrong sentence isn't it?No. In that sentence the here and the there are different parts of grammar.You use here when the paper is close to you or you are holding it.
You use there when the paper is further from you (beyond your reach.)
Your examples are excellent but I am asking if something is very close to us can we combine here and there like in this sentence "here there is Daily paper" if Daily paper is on the table and if we near the table?No.
You are confusing "there" -> in that direction, e.g.
A: "Where is the daily paper?"
B: "It is there - on the table."
with "there" -> as a dummy subject to a sentence -> "There are many daily newspapers that are printed in London." and "There are lions in Africa!"
A: "I live in the small town of Alanya but here (= at this place near to me) there (dummy subject) is a daily newspaper."