How is "You have a wet apple" incorrect? "Have" versus "have got." ???
It should be correct, I filled in 'You have a wet apple' and it was right.
From Latin udus, whence Italian uggia, English udometer, Dalmatian joit, Aromanian ud, and that's a complete list
Why is "You ALL have a wet apple" not accepted? Isn't "voi" the second person plural form?
Yes, but it's not really a natural thing for English speakers to say.