Valdrás la pena o valdrá la pena

BarryC1Kwiziq community member

Valdrás la pena o valdrá la pena

In the sentence: my girlfriend says that you will be worth it.  Why would you use valdrás, instead of valdrá la pena?  You are not valuing it, you are just worth it.

Asked 1 year ago
InmaKwiziq team memberCorrect answer

Hola Barry

"valer la pena" can be used to say that something is worth it or someone is worth it. If you say "someone is worth it" then you need to make the verb agree with the person:

Mi novio vale la pena.

vales la pena.

Vale la pena estar contigo.

Saludos

Inma

Valdrás la pena o valdrá la pena

In the sentence: my girlfriend says that you will be worth it.  Why would you use valdrás, instead of valdrá la pena?  You are not valuing it, you are just worth it.

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