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Which is correct please? Could you explain if there is a difference or if some are wrong?


The movie was worth the wait.

The wait was worth the movie.

The movie wasn’t worth the wait.

The wait wasn’t worth the movie.



The concert was worth the trip.

The trip was worth the concert.

The concert wasn’t worth the trip.

The trip wasn’t worth the concert.



The extra money you make would be worth the time spent.

The time spent would be worth the extra money you make.

The extra money you make wouldn’t be worth the time spent.

The time spent wouldn’t be worth the extra money you make.


Many thanks

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In this expression, normally we say that the result/benefit is (or isn't) worth the thing expended / the effort made.

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These are good.

The movie was worth the wait.

The movie wasn’t worth the wait.

The concert was worth the trip.

The concert wasn’t worth the trip.

The extra money you make would be worth the time spent.

The extra money you make wouldn’t be worth the time spent.


The value of something you received is worth the cost (expressed in terms of time, effort, money) you spent.

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The thing you get is worth what it took to get it. My haircut was worth the twenty dollars.

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I finally understand. Thank you


If I understand correctly, B is the correct sentence , correct ? I’m not so sure here.



For every delivery you do, we will get $5.

A Sometimes it’s worth the $5.

B Sometimes the $5 are worth it.

What do the 2 “it” stand for?

Sometimes it is worth it to do the delivery.


thanks