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there you are | there you go

This page is about the conversational phrase there you are | there you go

Meaning

You can say this when you're giving something to someone.

For example

  • "Can I have a loaf of bread, please?"
    "Certainly, madam. There you are."

  • "Give us another beer will you, Bob?"
    "Sure thing, Larry. There you go."

Note:

1. "There you are" is a more formal and more polite than "there you go"
2. Also "here you are" and "here you go"

Quick Quiz

If you say "There you are" or "There you go", you could be

a. giving someone advice

b. giving someone directions

c. giving someone a package

Contributor: Matt Errey