I think we should keep the old pages for the individual examples, these are pretty general, so i think the general rule page like this should link to those individual pages. --Bluesoju 09:37, 10 August 2009 (UTC)
To me, learning these as a group is a lot easier than learning them individually. Having a whole page for each of these rules seems overkill. I personally think if we are going to split them up we should still have them all on this page but organized into sections with a few examples each (like 5 or something). Each of these rules are very similar. But that's just my personal opinion on how I like to learn Korean. Any thoughts?
- You're right in that it's easier to learn them together than individually, however terms like Aspirationization are really specific and most people aren't going to know what it means. Also a user who is looking to find a specific rule might have a hard time finding it as he has to click on these kinds of pages of terms he doesn't know to see if that's where the rule belongs. Perhaps we could still categorize the pages like ㄱ + ㅎ so that it shows up in the categories and links to the specific page. Breaking them into separate examples might also be helpful for people trying to practice a specific rule. Let me know what you think and we'll try to decide on something. --Bluesoju 00:32, 11 August 2009 (UTC)
Okay, I think I may have a solution. How about we list all the individual rules in the category but have a page somewhere that has the different assimilation styles (like aspiration) with lists of rules that fall under them? --Mstrum 03:24, 11 August 2009 (UTC)