How come it is not "wazazi yenu/yako" since it is m/wa class plural?
Yes. "Because it is the m/wa class plural" is the answer!
mzazi wenu/wako = your parent
wazazi wenu/wako = your parents
I'm not sure why you'd expect "y" for that. M/wa wants "w" in both singular and plural.
Literally hate this question. How on earth should I guess, is it plural or singular "you" suggested?
Wako should also be accepted...