Q: What does that mean "Riding round with the top off"? とはどういう意味ですか?
A: It means riding around in a convertible with the top down :)


Q: Riding と Ridin’ はどう違いますか?
A: There should be a very subtle difference in how they are pronounced- 'riding', if pronounced correctly, should end in an 'ing' sound. Ridin' will end in a harsher 'in' sound and it could sound like the word is shorter because of this. Ridin' is used in casual conversations and won't appear in things like essays or books (unless the book features someone talking in slang) because ridin' isn't the correct form of the word, it is merely a slang version of 'riding'.


Q: Which one is correct
'Riding a motorcycle makes me feel free.'
'Riding a motorcycle lets me feel free.'
A: "Makes me" is correct. The other option is quite odd.
Q: What does "Riding" mean in "Little Red Riding Hood"?

A: https://english.stackexchange.com/questions/23412/why-is-there-a-riding-in-little-red-riding-hood I would recommend this website!
Q: "Riding a bike is lots of fun but one of the big things to remember (=one of the most important things) is to be very careful while crossing roads". How does it sound? Natural?
A: It sounds natural
Q: Riding ON a merry-go-round ? Or just riding a merry-go-round ?
A: Both work lol