Is Мой дедушка меня любит also a good order? I had the impression that object pronouns are usually before the verb in Russian.
You could say "бабуля" and "дедуля" when addressing your grandparents affectionately.
The most common it is the бабушка (дедушка). Баба (бабка) sounds a little rough, although much depends on the context.
Yes, бабушка (дедушка) are always right. We are referring to an affectionate way to refer to your grandparents. I've called mine "бабa" and "дед" in affectionate moments.
True, but it is not unusual in my circles to say likes, even in close family talk.
Меня любит свой дудшка sounds unnatural. We would say мой собственный дедушка instead of свой. Свой cannot be a part of the subject in a sentence
Свой is a tricky word. Свой isn't always my.
Она позвонила своему деду.
Мы навестили своего деда.
Я люблю своего дедушку.
The свой expresses a possession of the person who performs the act in a sentence.
I... I thought it said «девошка»... You have no clue how shocked and horrified I was when the answer was revealed to be “granddad”