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we are here

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"We are here" is a declarative sentence in English. It uses the first-person plural pronoun "we" and the verb "are" in present tense, followed by the adverb "here" denoting location. It primarily serves to assert the speaker's and others' presence at a specific place. It can also metaphorically express collective existence or participation in an event or condition.
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"We are here to make life simpler, one day at a time."
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we

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"We" is a first-person plural pronoun in English. It's used to refer to the speaker and one or more other people. It's subjective, meaning it often acts as the subject of a sentence. For example, in "We are going to the park", "we" is the subject performing the action of going.
📝 Example Sentence
"We love to spend our weekends at the park, enjoying the fresh air and sunshine."
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here

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"Here" is an adverb in English. It represents a specific location that is close to the speaker. It can also indicate a point in time or argument, or draw attention to a particular thing or situation.
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"Here is where we make our stand, never backing down from challenges."
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