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Se llama Pablo?
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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?"
What is your name? It is used as a formal question.
What's your name?
The question is asking What is the name of your school. To answer, you would say: Mi escuela se llama (insert name).
His name is . . .
What is her name?
¿Cómo se llama (usted)? ------ What's your name? ¿Cómo se llama (él / ella)? -------- What's his / her name? Así es como se llama en la película ---- That's his name… in the film. * "cómo" and "como" don't mean the same. Be careful when using the accute accent in Spanish.
My school is called.... My school's name is.....
Se llama His name is/Her name is/its name is He/she/it - is called, would be the direct translation. his name is
What is your name?
My dad calls himself... (refering to his name) Example: Mi padre se llama Jim.
¿Cómo se llama el niña? is grammatically incorrect. ¿Cómo se llama el niño? means "what is the boy's name?" ¿Cómo se llama la niña? means "what is the girl's name…?" Literally it translates as "How is the boy/girl called"