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I was anxious to get him here, away from family and friends.

Here who is away from family and friends? Is that he or I?

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  • I was anxious to get him here, away from family and friends.

The second part of the sentence after the comma refers to him. We can separate it like this:

  • I was anxious to get him here.
  • I was anxious to get him away from family and friends.
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