"I wear shoes."
Translation:אני נועל נעליים.
In English you "wear" both shoes and clothes. In Hebrew, you wouldn't say "לובש" for shoes, just like you wouldn't say "I eat water" in English (or Hebrew, for that matter). There's just another word for it.
is there a difference between נעלים and נעליים? Is the latter techinically dual?
when you have the sound "ayim" in a word (as in Naalayim) you will always write it with two Yods. With one Yod it will be pronounced Naalim which is a different word.