The word 'skated' is not a noun; skated is the past participle, past tense of the verb to skate.The noun form is skate (plural skates), a word for footwear worn to skate. Examples:Verb: We roller skated in the park today.Noun: The lace on my left skate is broken. This pair of skates is brand new.
No, skated is past tense.
Yes, the word 'skate' is a noun, one of a pair of skates (ice or roller). A skate is also a type of ray, a saltwater fish. The word skate is also a verb (skate, skates, skating, skated).
skated. I skated at the park Saturday
The word skated is the past tense of the verb to skate.
Well he just roller skated for the first time shown in his new video "my first time roller skating" and he looked like he enjoyed him self,,, but he roller blades and ice skates
No, it is not an adverb. The word skated is the past tense and past participle of the verb "to skate."
The past participle is skated.
The past tense is skated.
No, the proper term is roller skate.