I'm often stuck with how to use "a bit more" in Chinese in situations like :
Verb + something + a bit more
I want to watch TV a bit more
I want to eat spicy noodles a bit more
I want to have a longer walk on the beach
I plan on listening to more music
Can you speak a bit slower ? (I know this one 漫说一点)
I know you can say, for instance : 多吃. (I'm not sure but I think I could also say 多吃一点) But how would you say "Eat more of something" 多吃那个一点 ？
Nobody taught me this and the problem I have is not with 多/少 before the verb, it is about the grammatical order of the sentence and the words to use if there is something / a direct object complement after the verb.
What's the order ? Should I only use 我把这个多吃 ？ Are they any other alternatives ?
I take the opportunity to ask as well how to say:
Doing + something + too much
Verb + something + 太多 /or/ Verb + 太多 + something ？