Expression: I've got nothing to do.
I read the phrase: I've got nothing to do, in a song.
Can I say, "I've got notheing to be done, instead?
If the phrase I made was correct, when do you use it?
I'd appreciate it if you answerd it.
No - the phrase as you've written it doesn't make sense. You could perhaps say "there's nothing that needs doing" or "there's nothing to be done".
Eg - I've finished my work, there's nothing more needs doing
- I've finished the job, there's nothing else to be done
- The situation is what it is - there's nothing to be done about it
June 18, 2019
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