Cascade Family Skating
The compound noun roller-skate is a common noun, a word for any roller-skate of any kind, anywhere.A proper noun is the name of a specific person, place, or thing; for example:Harborena Roller Skating Rink Inc., Hoquiam, WashingtonLenexa Supreme Roller SkatesNational Museum of Roller Skating, Lincoln, Nebraska
PatinoÃ¡r is a Romanian equivalent of 'skating rink'.
No it's not. Unless you are using it at the beginning of a sentence. Then, of course, the f would be capitalized.
Victoria Skating Rink was created in 1862.
whom does linda argue with at the skating rink
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skating No, it means at the ice-skating rink (skating is le patinage) It actually means ice rink
It means to go to a skating rink (either ice skating or roller skating), putting on skates, and then skating. The form of skates and the type of rink you need depends on what type of skating you wish to do.
I'm going to the skating rink (probably the ice skating rink, but not necessarily)