What would someone say when they are telling someone that they have arrived at their destination.

Is it:

We are here now


We are there now

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The topic is the location of we, so use here.

We are here now.

For a different topic, it might be different. For example if you told someone:

We had trouble finding that store, but we are there now.

It is OK to use there when the topic is a specific location you traveled to.


In my dialect we say:

We're there

to mean we have arrived at a remote destination, and

We're here

when speaking to someone, to mean we have arrived where that person is awaiting us or has planned to meet us.

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