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the difference between your mother and your grandmother

Asked by Dhilna Fathima , on 12/6/15


 i do know but i wont tell you buddy

Posted by vaibhavkochar96...(SETH TOLA RAM BAFNA ACADEMY) on 7/6/11

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thats what iwant to know..

Posted by Devika C.a(CHINMAYA) on 20/6/11


 the difference between mother and garndmother

Posted by Satnamon 14/4/12



Posted by Shafion 22/4/12


many differences r thre

Posted by Mitali Verma(GOODLEY PUBLIC SCHOOL) on 2/5/12


 grandmother wear ghagra and mom wear suit

Posted by Snehaon 3/5/12


 grandma iss budhi and mom is young

Posted by Snehaon 3/5/12

  1. grandmother and mother=a2+b2

Posted by Snehaon 12/5/12


 the difference bettween your mother and your grand mother

Posted by Aditya Thakuron 12/6/12


i love my grandmother more than my mother

Posted by Karthickeyyan P(KENDRIYA VIDYALAYA) on 7/4/13

Difference between Your Mother and Grandmother
  • ‘Grandma’, a word which fills you with emotion as soon as you hear it. She is a person who would go over the top to fight for you. Be it her own son, or even her soulmate, she would fight with anybody to defend you. Even if you’re wrong, even if you hurt her, she would be good to you no matter what. Your mom, for once, might hit you, scold you, but your grandma would never do that. Mothers have the household to look after, but you; believe me, you mean the world to your grandma. She, being elder to your mom, has several stories to share with you, her own life experiences as well, though some turn out to be boring, I bet you’d enjoy most of them. She’d even make false promises, like if you’d make a mistake, she’d stand by your side, saying, “Oh, he’s just a kid. Forgive him this time, he’ll never do it again,” to the person who’s scolding you. She’d blame herself for your mistakes, saving you from the trouble, and being in soup herself. But despite all this, grandmothers are believed to spoil children. Parents often shout at them for giving so much of ‘unconditional’ love and all they do is listen, without a word. Now, I’d like to share my personal experience.
  • d not say ‘no’ to me, and was My grandma was a talented and well-educated lady. We’d often sit and gossip about stuff, and play cards with each other. I also enjoyed her company. She, till class VII, was my teacher as well. All I am today is because of her. Everybody asked me to take tuitions at home, but I refused every time because she was more of a friend to me, than a teacher. Being the oldest woman in the family, she was in charge of all the money matters of the house. She used to keep some change in her purse, which always ended up in my pocket. Though dad often asked her not to give me so much of money, she used to agree, but I somehow managed to butter her up and get the notes and she also coulready to give me whatever I wanted, as and when...

Posted by Kartikon 26/4/15

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