Can sko be both singular and plural? How do you tell if you're talking about one or more shoes?
If it were singular, there would be some sort of an article.
Oh right, of course. I feel really silly now. Thanks!
is it 'de har lilla skoen' wrong?
It is because there is no definite article in the sentence (they just have some purple shoes, not specific ones). If you wanted to say "They have the purple shoes" it would be "De har de lilla sko"
De har purpur sko was wrong. Is that really not an option?