Wako = singular
Wenu = plural
If you are on the app, I highly recommend visiting the website to read the Tips Notes for each section as you unlock it.
Unfortunately, there are no Tips / Notes in the app. That's why you need to go to the website version and click on the bulb icon for each lesson.
The classes. mw-/w-angu/-ako/-ake/-etu/-enu/-ao w-,y-angu/-ako/-ake/-etu/-enu/-ao l-/y-angu/-ako/-ake/-etu/-enu/-ao ch-/vy-angu/-ako/-ake/-etu/-enu/-ao y-/z-angu/-ako/-ake/-etu/-enu/-ao kw-angu/-ako/-ake/-etu/-enu/-ao p-angu/-ako/-ake/-etu/-enu/-ao mw-angu/-ako/-ake/-etu/-enu/-ao
a list of possessives (I hope it's not too confusing)
This is so frustrating. If you list exactly what they have, it will mark it wrong. You have to know (guess) which of the definitions they will accept.
Report it; since it is not specified here (there should be a noun, then it would be clear, mostly), I would say to go and report it; a list should be accepted.
Since "thy" translates as wako, lako, yako, etc, you ought to allow "thy" as an alternative English translation of "wako" when we are going in the opposite direction, shouldn't you?
Yes, though it is not used in English any more (I only know it from Shakespeare and old bible translations). So report it. :)
This section is on locatives. The answer should be "They are at, in .... Bringing the possesive "wako" as the answer to this question only serves to confuse learners.