Most people do not differentiate plural you from singular you in the English language. I would just say "you will not"
True. I try to purposely write in the "you all" just to help me remember the distinction, or I use the Swahili you-plural to practice. I find that they usually mark the you-plural as incorrect, and the one time I thought to just use the singular form to avoid repeating the question, they ONLY accept the plural in this question!!!
It just accepted "you will not ..." for me. Someone's been going through the course and fixing a lot of problems like this. (Not all, but a lot.)
By this point I just pick one randomly. Sometimes they accept “you all” or say it is incorrect. This seems to be the first time they said “you” is wrong and only take “you all.”
In addition, you (all) have not once differentiated the singular and plural until this lesson. This is really inconsistent
This whole course is really inconsistent. It's getting frustrating to the point that I think I might just drop it. We'll see.