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What are the words, where stresses are important?

Such words are called омографы. They have the same written form but are pronounced differently. There's also a larger group called омонимы which have the same written form and pronunciation (коса, for ...
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Is there a universally accepted set of Russian grammar rules?

There is a regulatory institution for the Russian language --- Vinogradov Institute. Anything decided by it is considered as the current truth and used by all the educational institutes and official ...
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Аналог словаря Макмилана для изучающих русский язык

Я использую тот интернет-ресурс: http://translate.academic.ru В нем найдешь и толкованя и переводы. К сожалению иногда рекламные баннеры мешают.
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Would someone have an Excel list of at least 20’000 most frequent Russian lemmas with part of speech based on a large and modern corpus?

You can get a lot of data from The National Corpus of the Russian Language For example, this page contains archives with frequencies of word forms and word combinations, which can be easily ...
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Is there a universally accepted set of Russian grammar rules?

Armor-piercing argument is a spelling dictionary (орфографический словарь) like this - https://gufo.me/ it is the spelling dictionary that has the correct writing standards. But! The Russian language (...
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What are the words, where stresses are important?

This paper may be of particular interest: https://repozytorium.amu.edu.pl/bitstream/10593/6650/1/077-082.pdf According to it, there are thousands of Russian homographs. And this book apparently ...
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