What would you like to do?
Como te llamas tu?
It means "What is your name", literally "How do you call yourself?"
In English 'Hola, ?Como te llamas?' means 'What is your name?' You would answer by saying, 'Me llamo .......(your name).......' Meaning 'I am named/called.....'.
KO-mo TAY YAH-mas
se llama (watever the professers name is).
It means "and you, what is your name?" Literally, "And you, what do you call yourself?"
it means what is your name
what is the name of your mother
It literally means "what does your professor of mathematics call himself?" Normally, this would be translated as "What is the name of your professor of mathematics?"
In Spanish, it means "What is the name of your best friend?"
what's your mom's name
It means "What's your Dad's name?"
It means: "what is the name of your mother?"
Sí, así es, como se llama mi mamá (En consideración de lo que se dice en la pregunta hecha) Mi mama se llama....(My mother's name is....)
They mean the exact same thing, though one is formal (¿Cómo se llama?), and the other is a more familiar form (¿Cómo te llamas?). You would use the first with stranger…s, people of authority, etc., while in this case the familar form would not get used much. It is used with friends, family, and other closely known people, and you will know their names anyway, so there is no need to ask this question of them. As a beginning Spanish speaker, it will be much easier to simply remember "¿Cómo se llama?" as the correct form of how to ask for someone's name (in 99.9% of cases). She/He's name is(como se llama) and What's your name(como te llamas), como se llama(reference to another name people) and como te llama(specific person name)
Como se llama tu perro ---The way your dog is called