Do Swedes / Norwegians / Scandinavian peninsula / Baltic states regard Europe as separate, kind of the way Brits do?
It sounds like some kind of weird idiom - "He's doing it again! He's giving me european shoes!"
In Italy are almost completely Italian. A few are Spanish. Sport shoes are instead made in East South Asia.
English has different verb forms for third person singular and all others. So it's "I give, you give, he gives, she gives, we give, you give, they give". All regular verbs work the same way.
That only works in subjunctive cases in English. For example, you say "it is important that he give me European shoes and not American shoes".
The phrase 'to be important' is followed by the subjunctive. There are a few others, too.