How to Say Come Here in German
German speakers can use the expression “komm her” to say “come here” (kohm hehr). This expression is used to invite someone to approach you or get closer.
Here’s an example of how to put it in a sentence:
Come over and sit next to me. (Return here and take a seat next to me.)
It’s important to note that when the pronoun “du” (doo) is used to address someone informally, the verb “kommen” (kohm-en) is conjugated in the second-person singular form, “komm.” When addressing someone formally with the pronoun “Sie,” you can use a more formal tone by conjugating the verb in the second-person singular form, “kommen Sie” (zee).
Come over and stand by my side, please. (Return here and take a seat next to me.)