Wet spark plugs indicates that the sparks are either weak or non-existent -or- less likely too much fuel is being injected into the engine. I'd go get a spark tester (maybe $15.00 to $20.00 at the auto parts shops) and check for sparks.
Here's the tester that I use. It's pretty simple. https://www.amazon.com/Lisle-20610-Inline-Spark-Tester/dp/B0002STSC6/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1501325755&sr=8-3&keywords=spark+tester
Basically, you pull the plug wire off of the ignition coil (also pictured below) and plug in this tester between the coil and the plug wire. Then get someone to turn the key while you observe it. If it flashes, then you have spark. Check all of the cylinders.
If you have good consistent spark at each cylinder, then the next thing I'd look at is the plugs and wires themselves. Incorrect plugs and/or wires, or really worn out plugs and wires will keep the car from running well, if at all. This guide doesn't completely apply, but if you scroll down you can see information about inspecting the plugs. Here: https://www.2carpros.com/articles/how-to-change-spark-plugs
Start there and let me know what you find. We'll get your car going again.
Saturday, January 5th, 2019 AT 9:51 PM