I would Why dont you look here use "Look at here" all by itself, but in sentences such as "There's not much to look at here" or "There are many things to look at here" it is certainly grammatical. Also, it is perfectly grammatical to say "Look at this".
It is incorrect to use at in this Why dont you look here. You could say any of the following in the imperative sense:.
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EmptyStack EmptyStack 2 3 9. As Robusto helpfully points out, there are occasional cases where "here" functions as a noun phrase, but as a rule it does not, so "at" cannot precede it.
But you left out cases like "Consider adverbs of place: You could say any of the following in the imperative sense: Look here Look at this Look at this place. Jimi Oke Jimi Oke Why dont you look here The former says "I am certain this isn't correct" while the latter says "I'm not sure, it may be correct, or it might not be".
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