When would you say "there it is"? A: What! B: That's a fact. A: That's rediculous, really? B: There it is, there it is, there it is
Mar 1, 2017 10:47 AM
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Hi Sean, We often use "There it is", "Here it is", "They they are" or "Here they are" in a dialogue where we are trying to point out or highlight something to someone. Example: John: I can't find my keys. Judy: It should be in your trousers pocket. You always leave your keys there! John: No, they are not there... Judy: There they are! In your back pocket! Hope this helps. Cheers, Lance
March 1, 2017
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