v it ADJ to-inf
The 'good' group
These adjectives indicate that an action is judged to be good in some way. They are used with verbs such as believe.
I don't run or jog, and having reached my 60s, I don't feel it appropriate to start now.
Those with more immediate requirements find it beneficial to pursue a longer initial course of study.
Robert thought it best to change the subject.
When the time comes to choose a school for your child, you might find it helpful to talk to other parents and visit some schools.
Two hundred years ago people thought it right to burn witches.
As an investigator he had often found it useful to pretend to be stupid.
We thought it worthwhile to make the journey north.
Acceptable, okay, and worthwhile are also used with verbs such as make.
acceptable advantageous appropriate attractive beneficial comfortable cool desirable fair fashionable fine fitting funny good helpful legitimate okay preferable profitable proper relevant right seemly therapeutic useful valuable worthwhile
We do, however, have a common goal as patients and doctors that makes it worthwhile to stretch toward each other.