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We’ve lived here for over 20 years.
I want to get out of here as soon as I can.
You can see the lighthouse from here.
There aren’t many good restaurants around here.
It’s freezing cold out here.
My father was over here with the US army.
Come and sit over here.
The treaty of Versailles was signed right here in this room.
Just sign your name here, at the bottom of the page.
Look, here are the rosebushes that I planted last year.
I was just explaining the problem to our friend here.
David here is an expert on computers.
Here, use my handkerchief.
Here’s £20 – go and buy yourself something nice.
Here you are. Take two of these tablets three times a day.
Here’s where I completely disagree with you.
I think we should stop here and summarize what we’ve said so far.
The question is, where does the peace process go from here?
Here we are. Sorry we’re late.
I’m waiting for Linda. Oh, here she is, coming up the drive.
Here’s the doctor now.
Here comes the bus.
Oh, here are my glasses. I thought I’d lost them.
Ah, here you are! I’ve been looking everywhere for you.
Now where did I put Sally’s letter? Ah, here we are!
Summer is here at last.
Christmas will soon be here.
Here’s your chance to win £10,000.
Here is the weather forecast for the British Isles.
And here’s Martin Amis to talk about his latest novel.
Here’s what you have to do to enter the competition.
You can always ask me if you need help. That’s what I’m here for.
Our staff are here to make your stay as comfortable as possible.
He used to call himself a socialist, and now here he is selling arms to right-wing dictators.
‘Janet Marshall.’ ‘Here.’
Here, what are you two doing in my office?