得 in complement of degree or manner
Hi everybody. This question belongs to the "I know how to use it, but grammarwise it does not make sense to me". Here goes: "Please speak a little slower" is rendered "qǐng shuō màn yīdiǎn" by native speakers, why is no 得 inserted between shuō and màn?
is it because the implied object 話 omitted?
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