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  1. It is a worth seeing movie and you must not miss it.

  2. It is a movie worth seeing and you must not miss it.

Which is correct? What is the difference in meaning between these two sentences?

  • You can improve this question by telling us which do you think is correct and why. – AIQ May 9 at 9:49
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Worth is used as a preposition here, and worth seeing is a prepositional or adjectival phrase describing the movie.

While adjectives in English usually come before the nouns they modify, adjectival phrases are (almost?) always placed after the noun, so we'd talk about a "movie worth seeing" rather than a "worth seeing movie*".

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