Hey, Freedom students!  Are you ready for the answer to yesterday’s mini-lesson?

  1. Swamped

When you have too much work to do, or when you have too many errands to run, or housework to do, we call it “swamped”.  A swamp is land that is covered with a few centimeters of water all over.  There’s just a little too much water on the ground for it to be normal, but it also isn’t a lake or a stream.  The idea is the same for having too much work to do.  You’re swamped!


What do you say when you have too much work?  Let us know in the comments below!