401 – Using Worth

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I haven't been to Paris yet, but I've heard it's totally worth going there.

I haven’t been to Paris yet, but I’ve heard it’s totally worth going there.

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We can use worth as a noun or an adjective to describe a the value or benefit of something, but a lot of English learners have trouble using this word. For today’s English lesson, Let’s have a look at how we can use worth.

Here are the example sentences. To get the details of this English lesson, you need to listen to the podcast or check the transcript for the details:

  • It’s worth visiting New York. There are so many interesting things to see and do.
  • When you come to New York, it’s worth going to the Statue of Liberty. It’s an amazing place.
  • I know the outlet shops are far from the city, but it’s worth the trip. You can really find some good deals.
  • I think it is worth the effort to study a foreign language. Doing so helps you understand another culture.
  • Going to the top of the Empire State Building takes time, but it’s worth it. The view is amazing.
  • That steakhouse is expensive, but it’s worth it. They have the best steak in the City.
  • It’s not worth going to the Central Park Zoo. It’s very small.
  • Some musicals are not worth the ticket price.
  • Don’t go to that museum. It’s not worth it.
  • For what it’s worth, I’ll bet there are no Italians working in any of the restaurant’s down there!

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