Sentences with Grandfather, Sentences about Grandfather in English

Sentences with Grandfather, Sentences about Grandfather in English

1. He adores his grandfather.

2. Alex reminds me of my grandfather.

3. Steve reminds me of my grandfather.

4. Steve was educated by his grandfather.

5. She was brought up by his grandfather.

6. My sister was educated by my grandfather.

7. My grandfather usually eats breakfast at six.

8. There was a lotus in my grandfather’s village.

9. My grandfather was a very humble and kind person.

10. My grandfather was a very modest and kind person.

11. My grandfather was always optimistic about people.

12. Do you often visit your grandfather and grandmother?

13. My grandfather‘s library was a unique treasure for me.

14. My grandmother and grandfather always told me how bad it was to steal.

15. You have to do your own growing no matter how tall your grandfather was.

16. Mom was a smoker. My grandfather was a smoker. My aunts were smokers. My uncles were smokers. I don’t know any smokers now, not even my mom.

17. My parents and my grandfather on my mom’s side would travel the earth. They went to Australia and China, and they went to probably every soccer game I ever played.

18. Three of my children are medical doctors, they know at least a hundred times as much about your body as my grandfather knew, but they don’t know much more about soul than he did.

19. I’ve spent hours and hours doing research into Appalachian folk music. My grandfather was a fiddler. There is something very immediate, very simple and emotional, about that music.

20. My grandfather told me that he had a big surprise because it was my birthday, but he could not stop his excitement and explained what the surprise was this evening, my grandfather bought me a little white cute dog.

21. I created the Women’s Federation for World Peace in order to restore all that woman originally lost. You American women don’t need a man in the position of grandfather, parents, husband, elder or younger brother. You only need the true Adam.

22. Miami Beach – that’s where I grew up, in a middle-class Jewish family led by my maternal grandfather. Me, my great-grandmother – a Holocaust survivor, who was my roommate – my grandparents, my mom and her brother all shared a four-bedroom house.

23. My grandfather was a man, when he talked about freedom, his attitude was really interesting. His view was that you had obligations or you had responsibilities, and when you fulfilled those obligations or responsibilities, that then gave you the liberty to do other things.

24. I met my grandfather just before he died, and it was the first time that I had seen Dad with a relative of his. It was interesting to see my own father as a son and the body language and alteration in attitude that comes with that, and it sort of changed our relationship for the better.

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