today's kanji-138-puttsun

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I picked up "kowai" and "kawaii" in today's kanji_136.
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A story that a foreign visitor(male) said "kowai" towards a female.
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For example, let's assume "this lady got abruptly angry"
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In this case,you may call her mental state "puttsun_sita" which is the past tense of "puttsun_suru" or "kireta" which is the past tense of "kireru" which means "get abruptly angry".
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puttsun is an onomatopoeia .Imagine it sounds you would cut the thread called "patience"
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"suru" means "do"
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"puttsun suru" and "kireru"
are intransitive verbs.

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