No. They can't. You can have only one piece in a square at a time, in chess.
They attack forward only, diagonally one square per move, but only if there is an opposing piece there to be taken. Pawns cannot move backward.
Get one of your pawns to the other side of the board
Front = Pawns Back Left to Right: "Castle One" "Horsy" "Tall Pointy One" I forget the rest.....
64 pawns upon a 64 square chessboard - one pawn per square .
I assume you mean the game of chess. The player starts out with one queen; the only way to get additional queens is to promote pawns - convert pawns into queens by taking them to the far end of the board (row 8 for white, row 1 for black). Since there are eight pawns that can be converted to queens, that makes a theoretical maximum of 9 queens, assuming standard chess rules are followed.
Pawns in chess are unique from any other piece in that they move and attack in different directions. Pawns may move one or two spaces forward when on the 2nd or 7th rank (their starting positions for white and black respectively), and one space after that. They attack diagonally forward, either to the left or the right. This makes it possible to have multiple pawns on one file or vertical lines of squares. They cannot move backwards.
I think you mean pawns and no, you can only ever move one piece at a time in chess, but on the first move of every pawn it can move two blocks forward if you want.
The only pieces that can make the first move in a chess game are the pawns and knights. Therefore, each side has 12 moves available. These are one possible for each of the eight pawns, and two each for both knights.
If one of your pawns reaches the other end of the board you may trade that pawn for any chess piece you have lost.
You can have two queens. You could get the second queen if one of your pawns makes it all the way across the board.
each side have eight pawn,two bishop,two rook,two knight,one queen,one king