The other day one of my students asked me about the difference between worthwhile, worth doing, and worthy. That’s a great question because all of these are base on worth, which has a nuance of benefit or value. In this lesson, I'm going to show you how you can use these three words in your everyday English conversations and writing. Let's check it out!
Here are some of the example sentences. To get the rest and the details of this English lesson, you need to listen to the podcast or get the transcript for the details.
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- If you come to New York City, going To The Top Of The Rock is totally worthwhile. There’s a great view of the city from up there.
- If you study hard in high school it’s worthwhile, because doing so will help you get into a good college.
- If you’re going to donate your money, you might as well donate it to a worthwhile charity, like Charity: Water.
- My mom always told me that Helen Keller International is a worthwhile cause.
- If you come to New York City, it’s worthwhile going to The Top Of The Rock. There’s a great view of the city from up there.
- It’s definitely worthwhile spending time each day studying English. It’s certainly more worthwhile then spending time on social media.
- Jackson is a firefighter who saved many lives in during his career. He is worthy of our praise and admiration.
- The professor’s research is extensive and certainly worthy of inclusion in this medical journal.
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