Translation:There are letters from several people here.
I agree with the earlier comments. I think here should qualify letters rather than several people (among those present). The meaning is quite different.
I do not think what you are saying has any connections to what others wrote before you.
In: "There are letters from several people here." the here does not refer to people it refers to there are. There are ... here.
I quite understand the intention but it could refer to several people and I believe my answer sounds better in English.
I agree with the previous three comments and would like to add that "There are letters from several people here" should also be acceptable.
That is literally the main official translation. At least as of now.
I would agree with previous comments. In the answer given in english here refers to people and not there are as suggested by Vladu. If you were to refer to there are it should be there are letters here from.....
There are letters from several people. I do not like this most correct translation in the czech course. "here"
Your sentence lacks any location. "There are" simply mean they exist.
For me that is: Tady jsou ty dopisy od několika lidí.
A different sentence used in a different situation. But that my be a lack of understanding the nuances of English on my side...
Actually, we do accept:
Here (there) are letters from several people.
But I do not like "the letters" as noted in my previous comment.
I (native AmE) would agree with VladaFu that "Here are the letters from several people" does not have the same meaning as "There are letters from several people here."
The key to the difference is the word "the" in your suggested sentence -- "Here are THE letters from several people."
"The" is a definite article, and including it means we're talking about some particular letters that we know something about already. For example, "Here are the letters from several people... that Matěj told you about yesterday." "... who want to nominate you for the Nobel Prize." "... which were mailed from outside the UK." in contrast, the sentence in this exercise simply refers to "letters from several people" that happen to be "here."
As VladaFu mentioned, an accepted translation that is very similar to your suggested sentence is "Here are letters from several people." It is almost identical to yours, but it does not include the word "the."