(There are three) people (in the room): (There are three) persons, humans (in the room) noun
"People" is a collective noun often used as the plural form of "person" (rather than "persons").
There are a lot of hungry people in the world.
a people: the inhabitants of a particular country noun
(There are too many) people (here): (There are too many) humans, men, women and children (here) noun
  • "Please listen to his advice and remember: he's here to help (and hopefully impress people in high places)."
  • "Dad : Oh, believe me, I grew up with Grandpa Xavier, and plenty of people think he's weird."
  • "They are a source of mystery, curiosity and even obsession for people across the world(s)."
  • "Some people sit on a blanket"
  • "Horatio : These are twisted salt cakes, but people call them "pretzels"."
  • "is that you have black people here."
  • "Right now, I am standing outside the hottest party in Hollywood, home of the most important people on Earth: celebrities."
  • "You were really great out there, with all those jokes about killing people!"
  • "All : Some people stand by the water"
  • "I don't want people feeling sorry for me."

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