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Busy-ness, angry-ness; is there a simple German suffix rule to make an adjective a noun?
Normally, the -ness and -ty suffixes seem to be translated to -heit or -keit. But for busy-ness ("Beschäftigkeit"?), angriness ("Wutigkeit"?) and further "-ness" words it apparently isn't used. In the ...
Jul 15 '11 at 19:48
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