What are the meanings of the following phrases?
In you go.
Off you go.
Here you go.
There you go.
you go mean the same in the above phrases?
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The first two are imperatives (Go in!) made to sound more informal. Someone might also say "In you go!" while, for example, lifting a small child into a seat or a bath, as a friendly commentary on what they are doing.
"Here you go" and "There you go" (or "There you are") are just things you say when handing something to someone. The you go part doesn't have a clear meaning.