Why does "A black table stands here" get accepted, but "A black table is standing here" does not? Would "There's a black table here" be accepted? Actually, that's probably what I would find most natural in English.
"A black table is standing here" should be considered a right answer.
It is now.
When is "стоит" pronounced "stóit" (stress on the first syllable) and when "staít" (second syllable stressed)?
"СтоИт" means "stands"; "стОит" means "costs". Unfortunately the TTS doesn't always get it right.
why is "the black table stands here" not accepted?