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    WORTH OR WORTHY

    Is it "that is not worth remembering" or "that is not worthy of being remembered"? any other alternative. also would be nice if someone could give me a proper explanation about the use of these two. thanx in advance.

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    Re: WORTH OR WORTHY

    Welcome to the forum, Johnny.
    Quote Originally Posted by johnny88 View Post
    Is it "That is not worth remembering" or "That is not worthy of being remembered"? They are both correct.
    Is there any other alternative? Also, it would be nice if someone could give me a proper explanation about the use of these two.

    Thanks in advance.
    Start every sentence with a capital letter. 'Thanx' is not acceptable in this forum: we insist on the use of standard English.

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