Como se llama usted?
What is your name? It is used as a formal question.
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"What's his name?"
What's your name?
You answer with your name.\nIf some said to me\n"Â¿Como se llama?"\nI would answer\n"Me llamo Bridget"
What is his/her name? = cÃ³mo se llama (Ã©l o ella)? what is your name?= cÃ³mo se llama? (dirigiÃ©ndose a un tÃº) what is the name of...? = cÃ³mo se llama...(com…o se llama "algo")
What is her name?
Translated from Spanish to English, the question Â¿CÃ³mo se llama usted? means " What is your name? " It would literally translate to "What are you called?", since llama …has a slight different meaning than nombre .(name) This is the form ( usted ) you would use when you areformally talking to someone. (someone older than you, an importantperson, etc.)
Los llamas de mis llamas es Zoey, Zelda, Zorro, Fernando, y Tuxedo.
"Â¿CÃ³mo se llama ella?" is Spanish for "What is her name?" It is pronounced "KO-mo say-YA-ma AY-ya?" Please see the Related link below for confirmation of the translation….
say your name was...rachel you would say....me llames Rachel
Do you mean "Como te llama usted?" In that case, they are asking for your name, it literally translates to: "What are you called?" - but in English means "What is your name?"
It means What is your name
What is the name of the king?
You have to change the sentence a little, Como se llama usted? is a formal question to some one you don't know. The word Tu is the 'informal' word for the pronoun you. You wou…ld use it when speaking to a friend or someone younger than you. ( And also when praying to God). The sentence would become Como Te llamas Tu?
You answer: "Me llamo________." (fill in the blank with your name)
The question asks: What is your name. You would answer: Me llamo (insert name).