Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Here"

The meaning of "Here" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does I'm off/out of here mean?
A: It's an informal away of saying that you're leaving or you are going.
Example:
Right I'm off now - I'm going now/ I'm leaving now.
Q: What does I'm here for it mean?
A: The subject "IT" refers to something that you or someone else knows before.
Example:
I'm here for the test, and after you can say I'm here for it(the test)
Replacing the test = it;
Q: What does 'over' here mean?
A: 'because of'
Q: What does It's neither here nor there mean?
A: @Eliza206 it could be use if someone is looking for something (and its not "here" or "there") you could say "its neither here nor there"

ex:

friend: do you know where my book is?
you: nope, i don't know... its neither here nor there.




(sorry im really bad at examples but hope u get the point 😊)
Q: What does from here on out mean?
A: from this time forward
from now on
forever

Example sentences using "Here"

Q: Please show me example sentences with here's.
A: Sure, for daily expressions it's usually said when giving a toast to a friend or loved one. However there are a couple that are said at different times.

Here's looking at you.

Here's to ~
1) Here's to you !
2) Here's to John
3) Here's to our future
4) Here's to my wife

Here's hoping ~
1) Here's hoping we all pass (the exam)
2) Here's hoping he/she gets better
3) Here's hoping to our future

These are just a couple of the variations you could use. Some of these expressions you'll learn from books or movies. The most famous one "Here's looking at you" is from the classic movie Casablanca (1942).
Q: Please show me example sentences with from here on in.
A: “From here on in, you’re going to be doing things differently.”
With this phrase I hear “from here on out” more often, but basically it’s a phrase used when you’re going to make a change starting today :)
Q: Please show me example sentences with here.
A: 1. Come here
2. Can you come here to pick us up ?
3. Here we are
4. When are you coming here ?
5. Can we come here ?
6. Here you go
Q: Please show me example sentences with from here on out.
A: I'm going to study hard from here on out.
Q: Please show me example sentences with for here .
A: you go to a restaurant and they ask you if you're going to eat at the restaurant or if you're going to take the food home, so you answer: for here

Synonyms of "Here" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between here and there and high and low ?
A: @jickoon: they are actually quite the same as they are all used to describe where something is
Q: What is the difference between around here and near here ?
A: @naofred: they both mean the same thing so you can use whichever one you would like.
Q: What is the difference between in here and herein ?
A: Herein is like "somewhere in here" and it is more formal and very rare in spoken language. As for the difference, herein is quite a bit more broad:

1. My findings from my research are presented herein.
This means that I can find your findings anywhere in the document.

2. My findings from my research are presented here.
If I read this, I expect the very next thing to be your findings. If they are not, then this is extremely unnatural. Using 'here' is much more specific.
Q: What is the difference between from here on and from here on in and from here on out ?
A: As far as I know, "from now on" (I've never heard "from here on") and "from here on out" are exactly the same. "From here on in" seems to imply "from now until the end of [situation]" like a sports game or a project.

"From here on out, I'm going to exercise more."

"From here on in, we can't let the other team score."
Q: What is the difference between Around here and Out here ?
A: Not always.

Over here, over there.

Can you bring the chair over there over here? (Maybe the same room)

Can you bring the chair out there (outside) in here.

I can't see my keys over here, can you see them over where you are?

I think I left them out there.

Can you have a look when you go out there?

I love Seattle. Over here it's hard to get a decent coffee, but Seattle has some fantastic cafes.

I love Seattle. Out here it's hard to get a decent coffee, but Seattle has some fantastic cafes.

John is just over there. Can you say "hi" to him?

John is out there in the yard. Can you say "hi" to him?

Out here suggests distance or seperation (typically like outside) from something, whereas over here/there is more relative to the speaker.

Translations of "Here"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? l’m here
A: l’m here
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? here or to here ?
A: We would say “there” instead of “to here”. Here and there.
Are you going there tomorrow?
Will you be coming here?
I am staying here.
I am staying there.

So instead of “to here”, drop the letter O in to and change to there.
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? "here"
A: thank u so much 😀
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? heres una persona increible
A: You're an incredible person.
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? "Why am i here" or "why i am here"?
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Other questions about "Here"

Q: Please show me how to pronounce here .
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Q: Please show me how to pronounce here.
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Q: Please show me how to pronounce here.
A: Here is how we say it in Ireland
Q: That's why I'm here for. does this sound natural?
A: you can also say " that is what I'm here for."
Q: I like here does this sound natural?
A: @kanakonanan: I like it here

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