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Is this correct?
I have a lot to do = I have a lot of work to do
Yes, that's often how we speak of work.
However, it depends on the context. For example, I might be talking about my vacation activities.
eg I won't be bored. I have a lot to do, like reading, dancing, and playing the piano.
Best wishes, Clive
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