Be worth doing something + [more / less]

Xavier da Silva

Senior Member
Hello everyone,

I've searched the whole forum, but couldn't find an answer. So, if it's here, I'd be happy to receive it. My question: does "be worth doing something" sound appropriate (natural) with "more" and "less"?

a. I think it is more worth studying English than studying Spanish in Brazil. English opens doors.
b. It's less worth paying cash than paying by credit card.

Meaning intended: get a more/less positive result, be more/less successful/beneficial

Thank you in advance!
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