Olena
in here/out here VS. out here/out there What is the difference? How to use them correctly?
Sep 27, 2019 8:08 PM
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PG has given you the correct answer in a comment. Use 'here' if you are at the place described, 'there' if you are not
September 27, 2019
IN HERE typically refers to an indoor location that you are at right now. For example, if you're inside a kitchen, you might say, "It's hot in here." OUT HERE typically refers to an outdoor location that you are at right now. For example, if you're on a beach, you might say, "It's peaceful out here." OUT THERE typically refers to an outdoor location that you are NOT at right now. For example, if you're currently inside a house, but you are talking about a beach , you might say, "It's crowded out there." I hope this helps. Good luck!
September 27, 2019
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