I have a couple of questions. Can verb-suru verbs be classified as jidoushi/tadoushi?
And could you take a look at this legend to help clear up my confusion?
I'm having trouble understanding the significance of the ガ/ヲ and (ヲ)スル that gets wrapped around the vocabulary items in this vocab book.
It mentions that ガ/ヲ indicate 自動詞/他動詞, but I don't know if that applies to the bold part of the vocabulary item (the 見出し語) — it's rare but there are entries that have an ＜他＞ or ＜自＞ mark, along with accompanying example sentences.
Also confusing is that an example sentence for 超過 uses を (albeit with a marker over the を) even though ガ is prefixed to the vocab item.
So, what's the significance of them? They come in a variety of combinations:
I couldn't find an example when the ＜他＞ mark is used with verb-suru words, but here are some more examples: