says it translates to "Suddenly, the creature was here, opposite me."
Does that mean that can mean both "here" and "there" in English then?
The correspondence that là is there and ici is here is too simplistic. Ici is, however, closer to the speaker than là, and là-bas is further away.
For some reason your system deleted the question I put in there, it seems to delete things when certain symbols are used in the text!
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