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When "There you go" means "Yes. You've caught on. That's exactly what I mean.", it can be interchangeable with "Here you go"? Or they are not interchangeable at all? Or is there any context when they are interchangeable? Thank you so much as usual and have a good day. 

asked Mar 27 '13 at 16:08 Hans Contributor

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They aren't usually interchangeable. As you say, 'There you go' means 'yes, you've caught on'. 'Here you go' is more of an offer of information.

"Where can I find information on [something]?"

"Here you go."

 

These are both idioms, and their meanings may be different in different regions but will be along these lines in most places.

link answered Mar 27 '13 at 22:10 Lewis Neidhardt Grammarly Fellow

Thank you so much and by any chance, can I say "There you go" for the meaning of "I agree" or it is a little bit different from the meaning?

HansMar 28 '13 at 01:16

Yes, it can also mean agreement.

Lewis NeidhardtMar 28 '13 at 11:05

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