What would you like to do?
KO-mo TAY YAH-mas
"¿Cómo se llama tu amiga?" means "What's your friend's name?" Just answer her name. Notice amiga is a female friend.
it means what is your name
Me llamo... (say your name after that)
What is your name, beautiful?
It means "What is your name", literally "How do you call yourself?"
Como Te llamas? What Is your name?
You answer: "Me llamo________." (fill in the blank with your name)
What is your name.
It means, "How do you call yourself?" or, "How are you called?" but it's interpreted as, "What's your name?"
It means "and you, what is your name?" Literally, "And you, what do you call yourself?"
The answer to como te llamas? is Me llamo ______(whatever your name is) In case you don't know, it's pronounced may yamo.
No. It is familiar. The formal would be, "Como se llama Ud.?"
You answer, "Me llamo ______ (in blank, insert your name)."
Como te llama translates to "what is your name" You can reply "Me llamo________" or "Mi nombre es ________"
Eso está mal escrito y además es confuso (This is badly written and also confusing) Como se llama tu (qué) = 'As your (?) is called' ¿Cómo se llama tu (qué)? = 'What… is your (?) called?' Could 'parpue' (?) be a mistake for 'parque' (= 'park')?