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"What's his name?"
What is your name?
What's your name?
You answer with your name. If some said to me "¿Como se llama?" I would answer "Me llamo Bridget"
What is his/her name? = cómo se llama (él o ella)? what is your name?= cómo se llama? (dirigiéndose a un tú) what is the name of...? = cómo se llama...(como se llama "a…lgo")
That would be spanish for "her name is?" Answer "Ella se llama" means she is called. It's like if I said, "I am called Susie." True. However yours is …a direct translation, mine is the more commonly used form of the phrase. In spanish class como te llama? was "what is your name?" though in direct translation it is "what are you called?"
Se llama means "his/her name is" in Spanish. For instance "el Nina se llama Ashley"
What is your name? It is used as a formal question.
In english, the Spanish phrase "se llama" means "you (formal)/he/she is called...". More practically, it can mean either "his name is", "her name is", or "your name… is". The "you" form would be used if addressing a respectable person, such as a teacher or boss, rather than a friend, in which case you would use the form "te llamas". To use this in a sentence.... English- Her name is Maria. Spanish- Se llama Maria. The pronoun "ella" may be added in this case at the beginning of the phrase for clarity.
se llama: "say yah-mah"
Los llamas de mis llamas es Zoey, Zelda, Zorro, Fernando, y Tuxedo.
say your name was...rachel you would say....me llames Rachel
Como se llama means what is that called hope that helped
You answer: "Me llamo________." (fill in the blank with your name)
"His name is..." Literally "He is called..."