Questions about changing work from one language to another.

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Book translations for a student

I am a 5th grade teacher at a private school. I have a student whose primary language is Chinese. He has come a long way in learning English, but he still struggles with reading and comprehending ...
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Do UK or US based literary agents accept (unpublished) manuscripts in a foreign language?

Do UK or US based literary agents accept (unpublished) manuscripts in a foreign language? For example the author could provide a rough translation of the whole text and himself pay for a literary ...
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Copyright Registration of translated original work

Once copyright registration has been filed, does a separate copyright need to be obtained if original book is reprinted by copyright owner in another language?
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How to correctly translate past-tense from languages without Pluperfect? [closed]

The slavic languages do not have a Pluperfect tense (except in very archaic use, and some others to, but for example) - I asked &/or I had asked Russian -ya sprosi Ukrainian - ya zapytav In ...
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Foreword/introduction to the translation

I translated a book, and was thinking on writing a foreword to it. Not so much introducing the book (as there is a editor foreword from the original that does that), but as an introduction to the ...
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Should postal address formats change when translated?

Iranian addresses are given in the order of Country, City, Street, Lane, No., Postal code. Should I change this order to No., Street, Lane, City, Country, postal code, when I am translating a Persian ...
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Software that converts handwriting to computer text [closed]

Wondering if anyone had recommendations for software that converts handwriting (fairly legible penmanship) to computerized text? Any hiccups or bottlenecks in the process/workflow? Sensitivity to ink ...