People often confuse here and there in English. The location of the speaker dictates which adverb to use. Here we explain the difference between here and there in English.
- Where are you?
+ I'm already here. I’m standing at the top of the stairs.
- Ok. I’m not there yet. I'm on the tram. Stay where you are, I’ll be there soon.
+ Ok, Bye.
Here, There and Everywhere
Here and there are adverbs of place. Use here for places where the speaker is and there for other places.
- I’m already here. I standing at the top of the stairs.
- I’m not there yet. I'm on the tram.