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How do you introduce a name?

So today we’re going to go over a few phrases that you might say when introducing yourself. The first thing, of course, is saying your name. Usually you’ll hear people say “I’m”, or “My name is”, or “My name’s”, contracting “name” and “is”.

Can we introduce by saying this is?

The issue with “this is” is that you are referring to yourself in the third person. Fine for introductions of someone else, but not for yourself. Say “I am Joe Doe” or “You have reached Joe Doe” or even just “Joe Doe”.

Do we say my names are or my name is?

The normal thing to say is “my name is John Michael Smith”, indicating that you have a name, and (in full) that (one) name is John Michael Smith. “My names are John Michael Smith” is definitely wrong, because the verb is conjugated for a plural noun phrase but the noun phrase is singular.

How do you write Hi my name is?

If you use “hi” at the beginning of a sentence, it is capitalized. If you use “hi” at the beginning of the sentence, the next word is not capitalized. So, it is “Hi, my name is…” You have hello, bonjour, ciao.

What are your names in Spanish?

What’s your name? = ¿Cómo te llamas?