Grammar Patterns with Multiple Usages
- If a grammar pattern has a lot of usages, separate them into different pages. Make a disambiguation page that links to all of them.
- If a grammar pattern has a few different usages, they can fit onto one page broken into two sections.
Creating and Naming Pages
- Use the + symbol to connect grammar.
- On grammar patterns that can have a 요 ending, have the particular grammar's main page be the one with 요 in the title and have the others redirect to it. For example the grammar pattern V + (으)ㄹ래요 would be the main page, while V + (으)ㄹ래 would redirect to V + (으)ㄹ래요. (explanation needs to be rewritten)
- When using slashes(/) to separate certain grammar patterns, do not use spaces between them. For example make the title A/V + 아/어/여 not A/V + 아 / 어 / 여.
- Do not use subject or object markers in the title, if it's necessary list it on the page's content, not in the title.
- Use parenthesis to indicate optional things, i.e. V + (으)ㄹ 수(가) 있다.. make the main page have the optional thing, then make a similar redirect without it. For example V + (으)ㄹ 수(가) 있다 is the main page and V + (으)ㄹ 수 있다 redirects to it.
- The only pattern that should have 아/어/여 is A/V + 아/어/여 + 요, for other patterns that use 아/어/여, just use 아/어 to keep it short and simple. For example:
- Please use basic Korean names in the examples to avoid confusion for beginners. Name usages in examples, 철수, 영희, my brother, sister, etc.
- Use full sentences, and all markers(subject, object, particles etc)
Categorizing and Sorting
- If you don't sort it manually it will sort wrong and sort it under 도 instead of ㄷ
Posting Related Links
- Post the most relevant links at the top of the list.