"Grandfather likes fish and lemon."
Translation:Farfar tycker om fisk och citron.
My answers selecting the gillar options were rejected for this question. Not sure why now...
Because other words in the other options were wrong - only the answer with tycker om was completely correct
what does 'gillar' mean? is there any difference between 'tycker om' and 'gillar'?
'gillar' is more coloquial, and does not really feel like something a 'grandfather' would say/do. It is something younger generations do. 'Jag gillar rockmusik, farfar tycker om Mozart'
Morfar is when you want to be specific about it. Morfar = father of the mother.
Why is farfar rejected for 'grandfather'? This lesson seems fixated on maternal grandparents - there is a similar problem with another sentence.