here WE go, here YOU go Could anyone tell me whether these two expressions are same or different. i just want to know same or different.
Feb 16, 2012 11:11 PM
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Different. "Here I go" refers to yourself only. "Here we go" usually refers to you and another person. However this depends on the context. For "we" can also mean "I"! This is the royal "we". In this case your expression has a haughty and sneering attitude to the one you are addressing.
February 16, 2012
Well, the expressions are slightly different. If I were to serve you something, I would say to you, "Here you go". If we were, for example, riding on a roller coaster together, at the start of the ride, I might say, "Here we go". The difference is just in perspective.
February 16, 2012
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