Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Grandpa"

The meaning of "Grandpa" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does Where do your grandpa live? Why is “do”? I thought “does” mean?
A: If the sentence is correct as you heard it, it could be that the actor is trying to imitate an ignorant person. Sometimes, a writer or actor will deliberately use poor grammar to indicate an uneducated or stupid person.

Synonyms of "Grandpa" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between Me and grandpa and Grandpa and I ?
A: It is more polite to say the other person first ("Grandpa and I" or "Grandpa and me").

Both "Grandpa and I" and "Grandpa and me" can be correct, it depends on the context.

Take out "Grandpa and" and then go with which ever of the two ("I" or "me") is correct.

"Do you want Grandpa and me to go get that for you?" is correct because "Do you want I to go get that for you?" is not correct and "Do you want me to go get that for you?" is correct.

"Grandpa and I just got back from the zoo" is correct because "me just got back from the zoo" is not correct and "I just got back from the zoo" is correct.


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Q: What is the difference between I loved my grandpa very much. we played football, looked at the stars, and most of all we went fishing. and I used to love my grandpa very much. we used to play football, look at the stars, ,and most of all we used to go fishing. ?
A: There's different tenses, and both are not grammatically correct. In the first part, you wrote it in present tense. The last one was in past tense.

Translations of "Grandpa"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? grandpa
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? grandpa and grandfather?
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Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? because his grandpa was passed away or because his grandpa passed away?
A: the latter

Other questions about "Grandpa"

Q: I had met my grandpa and grandma after long time and we ate a Japanese foods which was seafood. I was moved by those foods. does this sound natural?
A: I would understand what you were talking about if you spoke or messaged that to me, but the natural way to say it would be:

I met with my grandpa and grandma because I haven't seen them in a while. We ate Japanese seafood. I loved the food.
Q: "It's what I can do for you to the least for your grandpa." does this sound natural?
A: "its the least i can do for your grandpa" sounds better. is that what you're trying to say?
Q: ‎My grandpa's made me a will. does this sound natural?
A: Your pronunciation is really good.

We usually say, "My grandpa (put me in his) will. " Is this what you mean?
Q: How do you address your grandpa's mother?
A: There is no fixed term in conversation. Most families have a pet name. In our family it is "great granny".

In general, that generation (parents-parents-parents) are the Great-Grandparents.
Q: if I say "my grandpa was a lawyer."
does that mean my grandpa is dead?
what is the difference between 'is dead'and'was dead'?
A: If you say your grandpa was a lawyer it could mean that he used to be a lawyer, but isn't anymore (eg. He retired) but doesn't necessarily mean he is dead. 'Is dead' means that the person is no longer living (ie. has died), but 'was dead' does not make sense and you cannot say that because it implies that the person used to be dead and isn't anymore, and that isn't possible 'was dead' doesn't make sense

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