Speak more slowly?
That is also an accepted translation.
It should really be the default, with the other accepted as an alternative. Slower is an adjective, "nas slaodaiche" is adverbial. It's also poor grammar, in English, to say "speak slower".
"Slow" can be and is regularly used as an adverb:
at a slow pace; slowly.
"the train went slower and slower"
No, it really shouldn't. "slower" is the recommended comparative by basically every significant English dictionary.
People REALLY shouldn't try to correct the authors' English.
Shouldn't it be "Bruidhinn nas slaodaiche, mas e do thoil e" ... (Gàidhlig is a courteous language, methinks) ?!
I think we are usually courteous in English too; 'Please speak more slowly' sounds much better!
Halò agus gabh mo leisgeul. Can you tell me if I missed something? Because today in the tips from Phrases 2 there's nothing about imperative forms nor "nas slaodaiche" ...
What does the "nas" mean?