It's worth to know her...

fruxi

Senior Member
Spanish
Which ones of the following sentences are right??

It's worth to know her.
It's worth it to know her.
Knowing her it's worth.
Knowing her it's worth it.

Thanks!
 
  • maxiogee

    Banned
    English
    I think you are trying to say "it's worth knowing her" -> being an acquaintance of hers is rewarding in some way.
    If I'm misinterpreting you then can you please supply some context for what you are saying?
     

    fruxi

    Senior Member
    Spanish
    Thanks! That's exactly what I mean, when you have a enjoyable time with someone that you know the first time...
     

    fruxi

    Senior Member
    Spanish
    CAMullen said:
    Hello fruxi,

    If this is an exam question, which do you think is correct - and why?
    No, it isn't an exam question. I was writing an e-mail and didn't know how to write that...
     
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