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Does anyone know if Grammatica still exists - the program which accents Russian text for you? I lost my stand alone app version when I had to reset Windows 10. A Google search for the online version is 'unable to find the server.' If this company no longer exists are there any alternatives? Thanks!

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  • The website stopped working about a month ago. I've been trying to find some info on what happened and if its coming back up, but no luck. They had a pretty expensive subscription model. There are other sites out there for stress marks - RussianGram and Russian Stress - but none that provide all the cases and other grammatical info this one did. – user10588 May 21 '18 at 10:21
  • Thanks for the info. Yes- their grammatical information was invaluable. I still have trouble identifying participles- although so far the morfologia site does a good job as long as you already have a basic grasp of the grammar. – Frraphael Vereshack May 22 '18 at 12:58
  • although visual info is indeed very convenient, one can always paste a text into Google Translate and listen to the playback of any given word – Баян Купи-ка May 24 '18 at 13:41
  • it's not a question about Russian language – shabunc May 24 '18 at 16:31
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I've been using Russiangram for a few days now in order to replace Grammatica. Very well done and very helpful! The one question I have now is how to choose when it gives you an option. eg: Вели́ка|Велика́. The morfilogia site helps somewhat and also a book I have 5000 Russian words. But one of the most helpful things about Grammatica with its drop down tables was that it made the choice quite easy.

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  • i guess the choice of the correct stress needs to be informed by knowledge of the grammar – Баян Купи-ка May 24 '18 at 13:51

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