I have two sentences, and the location of here bothers me. Could you help me figure out whether it's possible to use both of them or only one sentence is correct?
- The object here is the chair.
- The object is the chair here.
I know that the first sentence is correct according to the Cambridge Dictionary grammar. But maybe, the second sentence is also correct, what do you think?
I'm asking because I found some pattern in dictionaries:
He can find out more about these books here. They have lived here most of their lives.
I'd really appreciate your answers!