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  • Fauk says:
    Examples of here it is in a Sentence. Olivier Willocx: In Paris, they want to show they have survived, that their lives go on. Here it is the opposite: it didn't happen and people fear it will. Rudy Giuliani: What we're doing here, it is the public opinion, because eventually the decision here is going to be impeach or not impeach. Felix Chami.
  • Vudora says:
    here is/are something (also here it is/here they are) a) used when you are giving something to someone, or showing something to them. Ok, let see this conversation. A: could you give me the pen? B: Here is your pen / Here it is. Can B reply "Here is it"? It sounds pretty strange when saying "Here is it".
  • Vut says:
    adv. 1 in, at, or to this place, point, case, or respect. we come here every summer, here, the policemen do not usually carry guns, here comes Roy. 2 ♦ here and there at several places in or throughout an area. 3 ♦ here goes an exclamation indicating that the speaker is about to perform an action.
  • Vizil says:
    Apr 11,  · In both sentences you ask about (“Here is the key” and “Here it is”), “here” is an adverbial complement—that is, the adverb completes the predicate. The subjects of these sentences are “key” and “it.” In the first, the subject follows the verb; in the second, the subject precedes the verb.
  • Taunos says:
    We were looking for the gas bill when my husband yelled, "Here it is!" When Angie found her keys, she said, "Here they are." Note: Also "here we are" Quick Quiz. If someone says "Here it is!" or "Here they are!", they've just. a. hidden something b. found something c. lost something.
  • Arashilkis says:
    There it is. English phrase, the literal meaning of which is obvious. In American English, the phrase is commonly associated with American servicemen in Vietnam, and to a lesser extent, with American veterans of the Vietnam War. The particular usage of American servicemen varied wildly.
  • Shaktile says:
    Dec 12,  · As someone pointed out above, you can use the singular form for more than one thing if there is unity to the items. For example, a few dishes arrive at your table with "here it is" where IT could denote "your dinner" or "your order". Otherwise use the plural verb when you hand over more than one thing. Sun14 said.
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