(here/there) we have (something/someone)

When you're showing things to people, you can point to something and say "here we have ___" or "there we have ___". For example, if you go on a tour, you might hear tour guide use this phrase:

Over there on your right we have the National Museum, which was built in 1847.

You can also use this phrase when pointing to people in a photograph:

That's me and my dad... and here we have Uncle Phil and Aunt Lois.

This phrase appears in these lessons: