"Mi abuela y yo tocamos el piano juntas."
Translation:My grandmother and I play the piano together.
Is the pronunciation of "y yo" correct? It sounds cut off to me, but maybe I'm missing something.
Yes, impossible to understand except in turtle mode. But, "tocamos" provides a clue!
Surely a male voice should not be used in the listening exercise if 'juntas' is the correct answer?
Agreed. It's always jarring when the gender of a first person narrator does not match what is written. Now DL has both gender narrators, voice gender should be made to match subject gender in these circumstances.
Yes. It indicates that the "I" is a woman/girl also.
Since there's no indication of that in the English sentence, when translating to Spanish "juntos" should also be accepted.