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    #1

    worth neither the time nor the money

    Hello dear teachers!
    I was wondering if there is sth wrong withe following sentences made by me?

    Working here is neither worth the time nor the money.

    Working here is worth neither the time nor the money.

    Thanks.

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    #2

    Re: worth neither the time nor the money

    The second version is preferable.

    Rover

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