The recent question on how to represent in English a language which does not have a word for "I" has been closed as General Reference and deleted. Link (10k only; text below)
I've seen What is a "General Reference": Wikipedia? TV Tropes? Urban Dictionary? and Common accepted online resources and [Main site] What are your favorite English language tools? which list some resources which qualify as General References for ELU. Different SE sites will have different General References, so I understand that the message itself is going to be vague and users will need to refer to such external lists of resources.
There is of course the possibility that the question is off-topic, and perhaps it should have been phrased as I've described in my first sentence here rather than being presented as a translation issue. Perhaps "When translated into English" should have been "If I am to render this spoken sentence in English". Perhaps the question should have gone to Writers.SE. But it wasn't closed as off-topic; it's General Reference.
What General Reference exists which answers the deleted question about how to cope with un-English mannerisms or constructions in English? If it can be identified then it can be added to the list in the linked question(s).
In some cultures people might call themselves by their name.
For example if her name is May she might say in her native language
May has a very important thing to say.
When translated to English, should it be changed to
I have a very important thing to say.
in order to fit in with common practice in English language?