"Skorna är mina."
Translation:The shoes are mine.
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You have two ways of saying "your":
- this is your towel
- this towel is yours
And although they're not accepted in normal modern English writing, English has loads of words for "you" and "your" that natives speakers all know and might be expected to encounter in e.g. slang, literature, or dialect: y'all, yer, thine, youse, ye, thou, and so on, and so forth.
R tends to merge with a following consonant to vecome retroflex - meaning in this case, the rn is pronounced like an n with the tip of the tongue curled back a bit. It also happens with t, d, l and s ... in the case of rs, this makes a kind of thick "sh" sound. This even happens across word boundaries, so Vi talar svenska can sound a bit like "Vi tala shvenska."