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to scale content with screen

 

(Mozilla Firefox

 

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Learning English

 

and discovering UK / US history

 

with news stories

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Translate and listen

to every word

with Transover

on Google Chrome

 

 

Hover,

click

or select

to translate

(with text-to-speech)

 

 

 

1 - Add Transover to Chrome

 

 

2 - right-click

on the Transover icon

to choose

the following options:

 

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(or text selection)

from any language

to the language

of your choice

by pointing

or clicking at it.

 

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(enable in options):

 

- text-to-speech

 

- reverse translate:

from your own language

to the language

of your choice

 

- type and translate

in a popup

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Limitations on exclusive rights: Fair use


Notwithstanding

the provisions

of sections 106 and 106A,

the fair use

of a copyrighted work,

including such use

by reproduction

in copies or phonorecords

or by any other means

specified by that section,

for purposes

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news reporting, teaching

(including multiple copies

for classroom use),

scholarship, or research,

is not

an infringement of copyright.

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