I'm skeptical of the pronunciation of skoene here.
It's bad/been disabled as a listening exercise. Rest assured.
So how exactly is it pronounced? The lady says [sku-enne]. is that right?
It sounds like /ˈskʊə̯.nə/ to me from Forvo, but that's probably wrong so here's the Forvo itself: http://forvo.com/word/skoene/
why skoene and not sko?
It's the plural "shoes", so you must use the plural form of the noun (skoene) with the plural article (mine)
min sko = my shoe
skoene mine = my shoes
Same question as for the hats, is there in Norwegian, different words for different kind of shoes regarding their look and function ?
Okay, so when this is correct:
"Hvem har skoene mine?" = "Who has my shoes?"
Then, is this correct:
"Hvem er skoene mine?" = "Where are my shoes?"
Or should I say it differently in the latter case?
Where are = Hvor er
"Hvem er" is asking who your shoes are.