That's what I heard too- would that have meant "she opens the window for me"? Grazie!
yes, I heard that too, in the slow version you don't hear "mi". Lei mi apre la finestra means indead she opens the window for me.
Yes on normal mode she says "Lei mi apre la finestra" and in the slow mode she says "Lei apre la finestra".
When you say, "That's actually how it sounds," are you saying it is correct to have an "m" sound in there?
No... Italian spelling is pretty straightforward, the only silent letter is H (well, occasionally I too). What I meant is that it indeed sounds like she says "mi", even though it's not in the sentence.
You absolutely must change that audio. I listened to it like 5 times and couldn't figure it out.
it's not the only audio, where you here a "mi" after a "lei" followed by a word beginning with a vocal. it makes one think, there could be some rule for a more fluent pronunciation, like when an "e" becomes an "ed" in "ed io".