It's a pair of shoes. Since "shoes" is plural, it's incorrect to say "a shoes". A pair of shoes is one set of shoes, one right and one left.
It's a pair of shoes. Since "shoes" is a plural noun, it's incorrect to say "a shoes". A pair of shoes is one set of shoes, one right and one left.
I need to buy a new pair of shoes.
I need to buy a new shoes.
A shoe is simply a single shoe.
There's a shoe under the bed.
To count more than one set of shoes, use the expressions "two pairs of shoes", "three pairs of shoes", etc.
Last week my wife bought four pairs of shoes for our children.
When talking about pieces of clothing, however, we often use a possessive pronoun (my, your, his, her, etc.).
He put his shoes on.
You can also use other determiners for countable nouns, like "the", "those", "these", "many", etc.
These shoes are really durable.
But omit it when talking about shoes (or a type of shoe) in a general way.
Walking shoes should be comfortable enough for all-day wear.
When speaking about one set of shoes, we say "shoes are" (not "shoes is").
The shoes are in your room.