"Bruidhinn nas slaodaiche."
Without IPA, it's not really possible to give you a good account. However, I will try - I would say it as something close to 'brew-yeen(g)' but that's very rough and ready. Keep listening, and consider the following: Slender 'dh' is realized as something like the English 'y' sound usually (slender vowels are i and e), the rule in Gàidhlig is that consonants cannot have a slender vowel one side with a broad on the other, so we have "glide vowels", thus 'bru(i)dhinn'. Slender 'nn' is often realized as English 'ng' but very much nasal, and definitely no g at the end ('sing' not 'fing-ger'). Hope that helps some.