"We luisteren samen naar muziek."
Translation:We are listening to music together.
Is "We are listening together to music" wrong? English is not my mainlanguage, I'm German
There's no "de" in the Dutch sentence so there's no "the" in the English one. Here you are talking about music indefinitely (i.e. any music, or music in general), not specific music (you would use de/The for this)