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What is the French translation for the name Jack?
Gianni is an Italian equivalent of the English name "Jack". Specifically, the name is a masculine proper noun. It serves as a nickname for Giovanni ("John"). The pronuncia…tion will be DJAHN-nee" in Italian.
Ils s'appellent ... is one French equivalent of the English phrase "Their names are... ." Specifically, the personal pronoun ils means "they." The reflexive pronoun se …* means "themselves" in this context. The verb appellent means "(they) are calling, call, do call" in this context. The pronunciation will be "eel sah-pehl" in French. *The vowel e drops before -- and is replaced by -- an apostrophe before a word which begins with a vowel.
The first name John is spelled "Jean" in French
The corresponding name in French is Marie.
Jack = Jacques, however, Jack is an abbreviation of John, so; John = Jean
"My name is" in English means Je m'appelle in French.
The French translation for the name James is Jacques.
It's the same as English.
Sheila would be pronounced the same in French. There is a late sixties pop star named Sheila.
Jacques is the French equivalent of james. A common diminutive (cf Jim) is Jacquot.
Glenda as the character in "Wizard of Oz" is usually translated as "Glinda". However, if a living person's name is Glenda in English, the name would be preserved in French (…names do not change between language).
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 ?
It's transparent so Daniel.