I'm writing a story in third person limited point of view, focusing on a human character who is interacting with some weird alien-like creatures. The aliens can speak English, but they have another language that they use to talk amongst themselves. My main character can't understand the aliens' language, but I really want to show what they're talking about... I heard somewhere that when you have a limited point of view, you shouldn't describe anything the narrator themselves would not understand. Would it violate the point of view to show what the aliens are saying, but use italics when they are speaking in their own language? For example here's a few random sentences; “We’ll need some light in here, Tonsri,” Z’tagn called out, speaking with three voices at once in a language that no human could ever hope to understand. To Claire, he spoke in plain English. “This is my new apprentice, Tonsriaurantico. You will be seeing them quite shortly.” This excerpt probably sucks when it's out of context like that, but you get the idea. Would it be okay to do something like that with a third person limited point of view?