How would you say "where is your grandfather?" as in where they are right now, not where they are from?
Maybe "Aia i hea kou tuutuu kane?"
Refuses the use of grandad - I would never use grandpa. Did accept grandad on another sentence.
I was wondering which of my words was "wrong" in "Where is you grandfather from?" I get in too much of a hurry to proof-read and often miss the "r" in "your." I guess they had me coming and going this time.
Did not accept from where is your grandfather .
I wrote, "where does your grandfather come from". That means the same thing as "Where is your grandpa from". They told me the answer was wrong. That I can't handle.