I have something + (verb)

When using the expression ‘I have something’ you are communicating that you possess something or need to do something that is unspecified or undetermined.

Here are some examples:

“I have something to complete.”
“I have something to share with you.”
“I have something important to tell you.”
“I have something to encourage you.”
“I have something to explain to you.”
“I have something special planned for your birthday.”
“I have something else to consider.”
“I have something to apologize about.”
“I have something to attend tonight.”
“I have something to ask you.”
“I have something fun for us to do.”

I’m here to + (verb)

You are informing someone that you are at a particular place to accomplish something.

Here are some examples:

“I’m here to apply for the job.”
“I’m here to take a test.”
“I’m here to receive my gift.”
“I’m here to support all your decisions.”
“I’m here to watch a movie.”
“I’m here to work on your computer.”
“I’m here to welcome you to the neighborhood.”
“I’m here to raise awareness for cancer.”
“I’m here to start the job.”
“I’m here to receive the award.”