Question about a hypothetical situation. Like in my AU, Anakin has Force training and the Jedi has no idea about his Force sensitivity. Since using Force is passive, it is like an extra sense. How people around him will think about him? Just consider him as a super perceptive person?
Based on what we’ve seen across canon, it seems like untrained Force sensitivity can manifest in a couple of ways depending on the person. As a child, Anakin had a real knack for sensing shatter points. He had an instinctive eye for identifying people, moments, and targets which would prove crucial to himself and his goals. Examples include: his instant interest in Padmé; his knack for sensing broken things; knowing when/where to shoot during the Battle of Naboo. He also had Jedi-fast reflexes when racing because he was able to intuit where the other racers would be around him. Other young untrained Force sensitives also showed abilities including: sensing other’s ill-intent (Ahsoka); general bad feelings about shitty situations (Leia, Luke); being drawn to important people (Ezra); identifying shatter points (Luke, Rey); sensing danger to loved-ones (Leia); anticipating danger (Ezra); able to sense other’s emotions (baby Pipe); and probably a few more examples I’m missing.
In canon, Anakin isn’t shown as having an instinctive grasp of other people’s emotions the same way that, say, Ezra does. People would probably interpret Anakin’s instinctive Force skillset (shatter points & reflexes) as him being incredibly lucky. On an interesting note, I actually think that Jar-Jar’s ‘clumsiness’ is actually a product of his own untrained Force-sensitivity. After all, how many times does Jar-Jar’s ability to fall in his face at the right time in just the right way end up saving the day? Untrained Force-sensitives with a knack for shatter points can be either incredibly lucky or incredibly unlucky.