i got the sono basso and answered i am low, it is correct when i got this one which is the same except feminine i gave the same answer but it was wrong. makes no sense, it doesnt necessarely have to be short. sono basso could also be im bassy if im not mistaken. same strange/annoying thing with piccola where it refered to young and small was wrong. This makes no sense what so ever.
You can't tell by the pitch of the voice. For example, a woman reading a recorded novel would read all the characters, male and female.
Futhermore, the computer voice is created after the written sentence. So just look at the written sentence. It is correct Italian as written by a woman.
Virginia, the word "sono" is neither masculine nor feminine. Those labels apply only to nouns, pronouns, and adjectives.
The word "sono" is a verb. It is not "sono", but rather the adjective that comes after it, that tells you whether a man or a woman is saying the sentence. The word "basso" would be used by a male referring to himself, the word "bassa" by a woman referring to herself.
In this DL exercise, we are given the Italian first. The Italian happens to use "bassa". So there is no guess involved. It is a woman who is talking/writing.
If we were starting with the English "I am short", we could translate that using either "basso" or "bassa", depending on whether we assumed "I" to be a man or a woman.
Because "bassa" doesn't mean "small"; it means "short"; small and short are not the same in English, nor are they in Italian (in the Italian versions of the English)' and sorry English would and do say short if that is what they are. Napoleon was short. Who would say he was "small"?