What would you like to do?
What is your name? French translation- Comment vous-appelez vous ?
What is your name? The standard translation is Comment vous appelez-vous ? -- "koh-mah[n] voo zah-play voo" or Comment t'appelles-tu ? …-- "koh-mah[n] tah-pell tew" Young people would probably most often say Tu t'appelles comment ? To be more specific, you could say Quel est votre (ton) nom / nom de famille / prénom ?
The French translation for the name James is Jacques.
Andreas jachus caramus
Jack = Jacques, however, Jack is an abbreviation of John, so; John = Jean
"My name is" in English means Je m'appelle in French.
It's the same as English.
It's the same as English: George.
Names do not change through languages, the accent may change the pronunciation though.
You dont need to translate it, It would just be sara
Names are fairly interchangeable through different languages. I would just write Stuart.
The French version of that first name is spelled the same, Jessica.
Lise would be the equivalent for Liz, or Elisabeth if Liz is a short form of Elizabeth.
I'm pretty sure it's just Austin, XD I go to a French school and we just call people with the name Austin Austin