Hi, This is Dr. Rodrichinko writing with love for
Japan and Japanese people.
I know that Japanese people are quite earnest people.
In the beginning of their learning English, they
have gotten that A is B can be the most basic sentence.
Many of Japanese people speak in such a way of
A is B in their conversation.
Actually it is very naive way of English to use a
syntax of A is B.
Here I recommend that Japanese people you can use
“here” as a simple and useful word as well.
“”Here” has to be placed in the beginning of sentence.
In this usage, “here” does not mean “this place”,
koko in Japanese.
“Here it is.” in place of “This is what you want.”
“Here we go.” in place of “It is our turn.”
“Here you go.” in place of “It is time to go.”
“Here is my idea” in place of “This is my idea.”
and so on.
I hope you could have some variation on your English
I’ll see you soon again. Good night.