"Grandpa is there."
This has probably been mentioned on other questions, but i believe there are other ways of saying grandfather (дідо/дідусь) in ukrainian
I am a native speaker and in my family we use "Дідо", "Дідусь" & "Дідуньо" for "Grandfather".
We always said: "Дідо Є там." ("Grandfather IS there." The verb 'is/є' was always included - never omitted.)
(We never used "дід", as it refered to 'an old man' which could be construed as derogatory. We like to show respect to/for our elders. )
I believe that the word "is", or "ye" in Ukrainian must be between the words grandpa and there.
I also learned "Dido" for grandfather as a child, and I wondered if "ye" could be there as well. Thank you to MadMaks and LubaLeong for this feedback.