"It's worth my time"

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MeyaN

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"It's worth my time" and "It's worthy of my time".

Are both of the above sentences correct and mean the same?[ Shouldn't I omit 'of' here?]

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The second sentence requires of.​ Both options are correct. They mean the same thing. The first sentence is more natural, though the second might be used in some contexts.
 
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