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    #1

    Cool To be 10 worth or to be worth 10

    Hello,

    I don't where "worth" is supposed to be! :)

    Can you help me please?

    "My house is 100 000 worth."

    or

    "My house is worth 100 000."

    Thanks a lot
    Will

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    Re: To be 10 worth or to be worth 10

    "My house is worth €100 000."

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    #3

    Re: To be 10 worth or to be worth 10

    This car is worth $5000.

    This is $20 worth of chewing gum.

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    #4

    Re: To be 10 worth or to be worth 10

    My house is worth €100,000.

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