Chinese Grammar learning: 值得 + V
值得 (zhíde) means "to be worth" doing something, and is often placed before a verb or a verb phrase. Note that it is used to describe whether an action is worth it and cannot be used to state that something is worth a certain monetary value. For that 值 must be used on its own.
值得 as an adverb
值得 + Verb/[Verb phrase]
雷锋 助人为乐 的 精神 值得 我们 学习。
巴金 的 散文 很 值得 一看。
这 件 小事 不 值得 你 担心。
值得 as an adjective
值得 can also be used as an adjective - on its own, or following a verb phrase.
([Verb phrase]) + 值得
When expressing that something is not worth doing one can say something is either 不值得 or 值不得.