today's kanji-138-puttsun

by yamachem - uploaded on November 20, 2014, 8:30 pm

I picked up "kowai" and "kawaii" in today's kanji_136.


A story that a foreign visitor(male) said "kowai" towards a female.


For example, let's assume "this lady got abruptly angry"


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".


puttsun is an onomatopoeia .Imagine it sounds you would cut the thread called "patience"


"suru" means "do"


"puttsun suru" and "kireru"

are intransitive verbs.

abruptly angry chinese chinese character hanja hanzi kanji kireru onomatopoeia puttsun
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