Where are your shoes or where is your shoes?
Actually, the more common contraction in AmE is ” Where’re my shoes?” meaning “Where are my shoes?”. “Where’s my shoes?” is definitely slang/technically incorrect English, and even so, the usual response would be “they’re over here” or “they’re under the bed, where you left them”.
Where is my shoes meaning?
informal. used when you want to tell someone what you would do in their situation: If I were in your shoes, I think I’d write to her rather than try to explain over the phone.
How would you feel if you were in their shoes?
COMMON If you talk about being in someone’s shoes, you are describing how you would feel or act if you were in the same situation as them. If I were in her shoes, I’d probably want an explanation.
What is the difference between shoe and shoes?
A shoe would refer to just one shoe. Shoes is plural so it would refer to two or more shoes.
What does it mean put yourself in their shoes?
to make an effort to imagine how you would feel or act if you were in the same situation as a particular person. You should be kinder when considering others, and put yourself in their shoes once in a while.
What will you do if you are in my shoes?
used when you want to tell someone what you would do in their situation: If I were in your shoes, I think I ‘d write to her rather than try to explain over the phone.
What does walk in my shoes mean?
Idiom: ‘Walk a mile in my shoes’ Meaning: This idiom means that you should try to understand someone before criticising them.