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All of the people; no one was excluded.
That Hashem would be our G-d and we would be his people as he promised Avraham, Yitzchak, and Ya'akov.
It included those standing there that day and also those who were not there; i.e., the descendants of those who were there.
He would throw them out of the Land; for an individual who refused to follow His ways, Hashem would blot out his name from under heaven and the curses written in the Torah would fall upon him.
Yes; if later they chose to follow Hashem's commandments, they could be redeemed.
"...in your mouth and your heart"; also written in the Torah given to us by Hashem.
Because he knew that Hashem would precede them and destroy the nations so that Bnai Yisrael could dispossess them.
To read the law before all of Israel every 7th year, during Succot.
They would go astray after the foreign gods of the land, forsake Hashem, and break the covenant; Hashem would then hide his face from them and all manners of evil would befall the people.
After He brought them into the land flowing with milk and honey, they would eat their fill, wax fat and in their umbrage they would forget where it all came from.
If they had been rebellious even while Moshe was living, how much more so after his death.