No, pawns can only capture diagonally.
No. The pawn may either capture diagonally one space, or move forward one or two spaces.
Yes, only diagonally. In special situations, though, there is en passant capturing
No, it cannot move unless it can capture or the blocking piece is moved out of the way.
Pawns can only capture pieces forward-diagonally on either side. If it bumps head on against another pawn, the two are stuck until another piece removes one or the opportunity to capture to the diagonals presents itself.
yes, it can capture in any direction only if it's not endangered if it gets next to that piece to capture or if it doesn't get endangered after capturing.
They can move 1 space(2 if it is the pawn's first move of the game)and they capture diagonally.
Yes. Any checker can jump over another one that is a single space diagonally away. If the opponent leaves a King open to capture like that, go for it.
Diagonal attacking is the only way a pawn can capture another chess piece , besides a En Passant capture , since this is the only way a pawn can attack or threaten another chessmen . See related link below to additional information on how a pawn moves , attacks and captures .
Reliant upon the chessmen you can capture either way ~ look to the related link below for additional information .
imponderable is impossible to capture