No, a VPN cannot see your Wi-Fi. A VPN (Virtual Private Network) is a service that encrypts your internet connection and routes your traffic through a server in a different location. When you use a VPN, your internet traffic is sent to the VPN server, which then sends it to its destination. The VPN server is able to see the traffic that is passing through it, but it cannot see the Wi-Fi network that the traffic is coming from.
It is important to note that while a VPN can protect your internet traffic and keep it private, it cannot protect the Wi-Fi network itself. If you are using a public Wi-Fi network, it is still possible for others on the same network to see your internet activity. To fully protect your online privacy, it is recommended to use a VPN in conjunction with a secure and private Wi-Fi network.