English version

here he/she etc is

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhere he/she etc ishere he/she etc is (also somebody/something is here)ARRIVE used to say that someone or something has arrived Here they are, late as usual. Ah, look – here’s the postman. Tony’s here for his messages. here
Examples from the Corpus
here he/she etc isAnd here she is, all freshly powdered.Anyhow, here he is at the bottom, and ready to be introduced to you.Her own said that she should never teach, and here she is doing it.Sam Sheppard knew Richard Eberling and here he is fighting with this intruder through the house and he never recognized him.But here he is, in full measured flood.I mean, here he is, installed at the Priory.Yet here he is, pleading for the life of the stubborn nation that caused him nothing but trouble!And now here she is, staying at my house.
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