A: This soup is delicious. Jack? Jack!
B: I'm sorry, what were you saying?
A: I think you watch TV too much.
B: No, I hardly ever watch TV.
A: You always have a remote control in your hands.
B: No, I sometimes have a newspaper in my hand.
A: Also, you always have dinner in front of the TV. When do you talk with me? You never talk.
B: Yes, I do. I talk with you during the commercials.
The soup has very little taste.
Watch Tv too much=watch too much TV看太多電視
Don't you think children watch too much TV?
I can hardly believe it.
She hardly ever calls me.
in front of...
The bus stopped right in front of our house.
There is a tree in front of the house.
a commerical=an advertisement
Turn the channel—There're too many commercials.