You=Ty ,, am I wrong? :-|
If someone here is hispanic, the meanning of that "You" is "ustedes/ vosotros "
What if someone here speaks Spanish but is not Hispanic?
Ty is you not Wy, right?
ty is "you" when you're speaking to one person, and wy is "you" when speaking to more than one person.
same annotation like before: how to recognize singular you or plural you?
Please mark that in your questions.
In this case it could be right "ty" and "wy"
That is a good idea, but it should be sent to the developers, because we don't have such possibility.
In such cases, there are simply many potential answers, "ty" and "wy" are equally correct.
So on one of my quizzes
Ty = you
Wy = you?
"ty" = 2nd person singular: "you, Donald".
"wy" = 2nd person plural: "you, Huey, Dewey and Louie".