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A. I need the people in here.

Q1) What does sentence A imply?

1. Here in this place, I need the people. (Sentence A implies the location of "I")
2. I need the people who are in here. (Sentence A implies the location of the people)
3. Sentence A can imply either 1 or 2 according to context.

Q2) Is sentence A correct English even if sentence A implies the location of "I" ?

My answers.

A1) Yes.
A2) Yes.

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A. I need the people in here.

Q1) What does sentence A imply?

1. Here in this place, I need the people. (Sentence A implies the location of "I")
2. I need the people who are in here. (Sentence A implies the location of the people)
3. Sentence A can imply either 1 or 2 according to context.

Q2) Is sentence A correct English even if sentence A implies the location of "I" ?

My answers.

A1) Yes.
A2) Yes.

Would you answer two questions separately?
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