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Hi, Ana4316,

"live people" is not a correct collocation in English. Here follows a list of nouns that usually accompany the adjective "live":

Oxford Collocations Dictionary for Students of English, 2nd edition
live adj.
Live is used with these nouns: act , album , ammunition , animal , appearance , audience , bait , band , birth , broadcast , bullet , cattle , CD , chat , chicken , coal , commentary , concert , coverage , demonstration , edition , entertainment , export , football , gig , grenade , image , interview , issue , jazz , microphone , music , orchestra , percussion , performance , performer , picture , recording , report , rock , round , show , snake , sound , television , theatre , track , transmission , update , vaccine , video , virus , wire
© Oxford University Press, 2009

"living people," though unusual, is correct as opposed to "dead people." Here are some common collocations with the adjective "living":

Oxford Collocations Dictionary for Students of English, 2nd edition
living adj.
Living is used with these nouns: accommodation , animal , arrangement , artist , being , cell , composer , condition , corpse , creature , death , descendant , donor , entity , expense , faith , flesh , hell , image , legend , mammal , memorial , museum , nightmare , organism , proof , quarter , relative , room , soul , space , species , specimen , standard , testament , tissue , tradition , wage , will , writer
© Oxford University Press, 2009
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