@blanchetem I think you mean 感じる and 感じがする. There is no such word like 感じする.This is difficult question.Because there is no difference between 2.But we use them properly. Usually, we use former. In my sense, if you feel something with your mind, should use the former.else if with your intuition, should use the latter.
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