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    worth...

    Hi,

    ex) This book is worth reading.

    Is 'worth' adjective or preposition?

    Best wishes!

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    Quote Originally Posted by nautes20
    Hi,

    ex) This book is worth reading.

    Is 'worth' adjective or preposition?

    Best wishes!
    The word worth is an adjective used predicatively (i.e. coming after a verb), but usually used as a preposition though.

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