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most of the time,names of people and pets don't change because people make up names all the time and spanish people dont know the term because YOU made it up. if you are Cami in Elglish... your Cami in Spanish

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9y ago

The direct translation is "Mi nombre es (your name)" but in Spanish introductions, you would normally say 'I am called' which is the form "Me llamo (your name).

(The pronunciation is 'may yah-moh')

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It is the same. Cami. Names do not change when you are translating things.

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11y ago

Me llamo Camerón.

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