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These don't seem like the standard Noun+する verbs to me (e.g 食事する) and I have noticed that they only seem to take the している・していた forms. Why is this, and if I wished to say "put a necklace on", would I use つける?
According to "A Dictionary of Basic Japanese Grammar", page 435, する can be used when "something is perceived by someone's non-visual senses". It can be translated as "feel", "smell" or "hear".
I heard children's voices.
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