not necessarily.... i learned to ice skate first and then i was a pro roller skater. It doesnt really make a difference.
no its a roller rink
skate boards roller blades helmets skis ice skates
I guess if you took off the blade and put on wheels you could but you cannot roller skate in ice skates
No, the proper term is roller skate.
I used to play roller-hockey. I was always told that if you could skate in in-line skates you could ice skate. The balance and weight distribution is the same.
most people ice skate with rollerblades. Just FYI
well it depends whether you are rollerskating or ice skating because if your ice-skating you skate in ice rinks or even in the winter on frozen lakes or ponds but if your roller skating you skate in skate parks or in parks or on the path or even the road
They are both good for health and pretty easy after lots of practice. The only difference is that in ice-skating you can only skate in ice rinks, while roller-skates have specially designed indoor rinks and you can skate outdoors. But not on ice.
Tara Lipinski started to roller skate in1985 and started to ice skate in1988
Roller-skate, as a verb, should be hyphenated. Roller skate, as a noun, is not.