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    Worthy & worthwile

    Hello!

    Is there any difference between these two adjectives?

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    Re: Worthy & worthwile

    So, worthwile always has a slight meaning of time/effort spent.

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    Re: Worthy & worthwile

    Quote Originally Posted by undeddy View Post
    So, worthwile always has a slight meaning of time/effort spent.
    Yes it does.

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    Re: Worthy & worthwile

    Quote Originally Posted by undeddy View Post
    So, worthwile always has a slight meaning of time/effort spent.
    And, that should be worthwhile.

    Not a teacher.

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