Hi,
Does one ride roller blades? or drive roller blades? which would be the right verb? Please help.
Thanks

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One doesn't (VERB) rollerblades. One rollerblades, or goes rollerblading. Here are a few examples from Google:

"This is the biggest sport going on right now. People are still going to rollerblade if they want to and take the risk.

... Before you try to rollerblade on a hard pavement or at the rollerblade park, practise on grass or even on a carpet (but ask your parents first!).

Protect yourself. You can't ride a bike without a helmet. It's important to wear the correct clothes and equipment when you go rollerblading too.

The white sandy beach is bordered by a broad path along which you can go rollerblading, running or simply strolling.

One also performs maneuvers, or brakes (stops), on rollerblades.

Another popular sport, skateboarding, follows the same pattern: one skateboards, or goes skateboarding.

Marilyn Martin
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