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I'm comfortable saying like this:

  1. There are not many things that I do at home.

  2. I don't do many things at home

Then, how about this?

  1. I don't have many things that I do at home.

Is this possible to use?

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    Please use descriptive titles that actually explain your question. Generic titles don't let people know what you're asking.
    – Catija
    Aug 12 '15 at 4:46
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    There's no reason to keep your title so short - feel free to make it obvious what you're asking in your question title.
    – Catija
    Aug 12 '15 at 5:11
  • Oh I though I have to make it short if possible. Thank you~!
    – jihoon
    Aug 12 '15 at 5:36
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Yes, it is perfectly fine. It's not really much different to if you were to say I have lots of hobbies --> I have lots of hobbies that I do at home.

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