Here you are/here you go

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volver

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french belgium
Hello,


If for instance I am a cashier and I give the money back to a client.

Would you say here you are or here you go ?

I can't see the difference.

Thank you

VOLVER
 
  • Gwan

    Senior Member
    New Zealand, English
    Essentially there's no difference, either is fine. You can also say 'there you are/go'. I would probably lean towards 'there you go' but not for any particular reason that I can think of.
     

    Cagey

    post mod (English Only / Latin)
    English - US
    Here is an earlier thread: "Here you are" or "Here you go". The discussion is interesting, and it also contains links to discussions of variations on the same construction.

    Please remember to do a search before starting a new thread. I found the above thread by entering "here you go are" in the search box at the top of the page. This contains more advice on Searching the Forum.

    I am going to close this thread.

    Cagey,
    moderator.
     
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