"Here it is" - How do I say that?
If I want to just say "Here it is" - How do I say that?
I thought it should be 'Aquí está'. However, when I look it up in the translation section of this page, it translates it as 'Aquí es'
So I am very confused...
Not such an easy question is it? It depends on what the it is and the intent of your sentence.
If you are pointing out a location in space and the "it" is a physical object the Aquí está sounds correct.
If your are pointing out a location is space and the "it" is a non-physical object (meeting, party, etc.) then Aquí es sounds correct.
In other contexts like surelioque20 points out neither sounds correct.
Quentin has given the correct answer, it can mean both, depending on context.
Churlman, welcome to the forum and the confusing world of español. I've also heard aquí bien use for the same thing but I think you and Suns.... are correct.
you can use an indetect pronoun "lo" meaning it. tiene literally means have. something "like here you have it"
aqui lo tiene.
I agree with "aquí está"