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6 Dec 2019

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Mark stood next to Tracy, feeling helplessly nervous.

I have a question about this sentence.

If context is added, according to context, can the sentence mean either 1 or 2 below?
1. Mark stood next to Tracy, and Tracy felt helplessly nervous.
2. Mark stood next to Tracy, and Mark felt helplessly nervous.

I mean without context, the sentence can mean both 1 and 2?

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