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* Has anyone seen the book I was reading?

(Does thes sentence above mean #1 or #2?)

1. Has anyone seen before the book I was reading?

2. Has anyone seen the book I was reading? And does he know where the book is?

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    # 2 is correct. # 1 is not grammatically correct.

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