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    Unhappy worth it or not / worth or not?

    Hi there.

    Can you please tell me which one of the following two sentences is correct?

    The question arises spontaneously whether using AMD programmes is worth it or not.

    or

    The question arises spontaneously whether using AMD programmes is worth or not.

    Thanks

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    Re: worth it or not / worth or not?

    The first is correct.
    I am not a teacher.

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    Re: worth it or not / worth or not?

    The second would be right if you changed 'worth' to 'worthwhile'.

    See also the Similar Threads below, which the system has found thanks to your excellent thread title.

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