- I'm not at all happy about it.
"I hope it wasn't too much hassle(N:麻煩、困難) for you." "No, not at all."
- I'll do it in my own time - just stop hassling me!
- The children keep hassling me to take them to Disneyland.
- I can't face the hassle of moving(搬家) again.
- My boss has been giving me a lot of hassle this week.
- It's one of the few bars that women can go to and not get any hassle from men.
- It was such a hassle trying to get my bank account changed that I nearly gave up.
- I should have taken it back to the shop but I just didn't think it was worth(值...錢的、擁有...財產的) (all) the hassle.
- be worth + 價格
- Our house is worth £200,000.
- sb + be worth + 財產
- She must be worth at least half a million.
- be worth it for + N
- Four days' car hire(租用) costs £150, which is well worth it for the freedom it gives you.
- It was a long climb to the top of the hill, but it was worth it for the view from the top.
- be worth + N/Ving
- I think this matter is worth our attention.
- When you're in Reykjavík, the National Museum is worth a visit.
- It's worth remembering that prices go up in February.
- If you are a young, inexperienced driver, it is worth having comprehensive(全面的) insurance(保險).
- There's nothing worth reading in this newspaper.
- She has proved her worth on numerous occasions.
- The estimated(估算的) worth of the plastics(塑膠工業) and petrochemical(石化工業) industry is about $640 billion.
- 時間段 + worth of sth.
- I've done three hour's worth of work this morning.
- "Thanks for helping." "Not at all."