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"I've got a big ton of work to do."

"I've got a huge ton of work to do."

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No, it's not natural to include 'big' or 'huge'.

A ton already means a lot,

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anonymous

"I've got a big ton of work to do."

"I've got a huge ton of work to do."

This reminds me of the self-styled poet who asked the British poet Edith Sitwell for advice. He told her he had a little sonnet that he wanted her to critique. She reminded him that all sonnets are the same size — fourteen lines, and that was the end of the critique.

A ton is a fixed amount of weight. You can't have a small ton or a big ton.

CJ