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Antobbo, this is my opinion from an American English point of view: in business situations, I find Here you are far superior to Here you go.If a client were to send me an email requesting a particular document, I would respond saying Here you are when sending the document, not Here you go.In my opinion (and some may disagree with me), Here you go is too informal to use in this situation.

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"Here you go" is always informal, but email has a lower standard of formality. However, if you wish your email to sound formal, I'd avoid that expression. I take it as a bit familiar - that is, you know the person quite well.

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"Here you are" does not have the literal meaning "Here is the thing you want" it has the literal meaning "here is the location where you are currently." – barbecue Nov 20 '16 at 2:33 Interesting - I would have said that "here you go" is more brusque than "here you are", so I guess it would be more dependent on context and tone.

idioms.thefreedictionary.com/here+you+go

Definition of here you go in the Idioms Dictionary. here you go phrase. What does here you go expression mean? Definitions by the largest Idiom Dictionary. Here you go - Idioms by The Free Dictionary. ... Here you go. Here is your hamburger and your drink. See also: go, here.

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www.grammarphobia.com/blog/2018/03/here-you-go.html

A: “Here you go,” an idiomatic expression that showed up in writing in the 1800s, is a casual way of saying “Here it is” when you give someone something that’s requested. That’s why an easygoing barista says “here you go” rather than the more formal “here it is” when he hands over your mocha latte.

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Here's the Urban Dictionary definition of There you are!: This is what people in the UK used to say before the arrival of the ubiquitous "There you go!" from the US. It is what is said by a cashier at the checkout when they return your credit card, by the waiter when they bring a you a meal, etc etc.

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"Here you go" in the context of someone handing you a package is an example of the 1st definition in that the place where the package exchanges hands is the "here". A similarly sounding expression, "there you go", means "that's an example of....". – Kristina Lopez Sep 14 '15 at 19:23

dictionary.cambridge.org/us/dictionary/english/here-you-go

here you go meaning: this is the object you asked me to give you: . Learn more.