We master a language by amassing vocabulary and an almost instinctive sense of how words are put together.
English words belong to families that share patterns.
This book provides an alphabetic list of more than five thousand words that follow a very important pattern.
You will find that when there is an English noun that ends in -ness it is derived from an adjective. In almost every case, that adjective can be transformed into an adverb by adding -ly.
By examining and pronouncing the words listed in this book, you will increase your vocabulary while learning an important pattern.
Acquiring knowledge is exciting and what you learn from this book will be very useful to you.
To get the most benefits from this book you should repeat each pattern aloud.
Dictionary.com has extensive resources and will pronounce most of the important words for you.
When you are offline you should have a talking English dictionary on your device.
You should add definitions in your native language to this book where they are needed.
English can be strange. A few of the nouns that end in -ness have variant with a different ending. These variants often have endings derived from Latin or Greek. The variants have the same meaning as the nouns that use the English ending -ness.
If you find any errors in this book or have suggestions, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
O! What a NESS!
Five thousand words that are part of the Ness Family
Publication date: 11/08/2013
Mastering a very important English word family.
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