Ice skating is actually putting on skates and getting out on the ice. There are two kinds of skating. There is Figure Skating, which is the more graceful dancing kind, and Speed Skating, which is just racing on the rink.
People skate for entertainment, and skating can be a skill
Present simple is skate - I /we/you/they skate every afternoon. Or for he/she/it use skates. He skates down at Riverside. Present continuous is am/is/are skating. I am skating. He is skating. They are skating
I would say its when people skate purely for the aesthetics of it all, skating so people see you skating instead of skating for the fun of it. Recently with the resurgence of skating a lot of people are skating just so they look cool and fit the trend.
The word skating is a form of the verb 'to skate' (skates, skated, skating). Bust skating is also a verbal noun (gerund). Examples: Noun: Skating is my favorite sport. Verb: I go skating at the rink every evening.
I think the most exciting sport is the figure skating. I like watching the couples ice skate.
It is a camp where you go to skate and improve on skating.
in line ice skating is where you skate in a line
You can start taking skating lessons at any age. There are toddlers that skate, and grandparents that skate.
Figure skating isn't exactly a game. It is a graceful type of skating, unlike hokey or rollerblading. When you skate you can do shows and other things aswell.
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