Grammatica is an online text editor made to help you learn or teach Russian. Here is how it works.
Pronouncing Russian words correctly is easy when you know which syllable to stress (and very difficult when you don't).
EXAMPLE G pl m = Genitive plural masculine
Grammatica knows more than 4 million inflected forms of Russian words.
Grammatica is made specifically for Russian and you can use any text for learning to both read and write: e-mails, news, Skype conversations, etc.
The pronunciation rules of Russian are very simple. With stress marks above words, you can basically read aloud any text from the moment you understand the alphabet.
Grammatica is a help for teachers and students of the Russian language. It's like a dictionary: it does not dictate any specific method of learning.
Grammatica provides brief Wikipedia-style explanations of the grammar (which are tremendously helpful), but for a complete beginner to learn Russian, you will still need an actual language course.
Grammatica gives you the grammar and a basic translation of each word in your text.
The learning process is in combining these two pieces of information, and understanding how and why Russian grammar is so different from English grammar. It's surprisingly efficient!
With Grammatica, you can save time on preparing classroom material for your students.
Paste any text into a Grammatica document - news articles, blog posts, or poems by Pushkin - select the correct forms of ambiguous words, and print it as a PDF.
Grammatica transliterates your keystrokes into Cyrillic letters and helps you find the correct forms of words.
Grammatica helps you quickly look up words.
We are finishing up the last parts of a system that will let you share documents with other Grammatica users.
As soon as it works, we will also begin regularly adding fully disambiguated texts to our own collection that all users can access for free. We hope this will make it easy to get started using Grammatica.
Access your texts from anywhere.
Grammatica can highlight Russian words based on their grammatical properties or the base form they belong to.