You asked: How do you say my mom’s name is in Spanish?

How do you say what’s your mom’s name in Spanish?

¿Cómo se llama tu mamá?

What is the proper way to say what is your name in Spanish?

Use “¿Cómo te llamas?” (familiar/personal) or “¿Cómo se llama?” (formal/polite). Alternatively, though less common, is “¿Cuál es tu nombre?” (familiar/personal) and “¿Cuál es su nombre?” (formal/polite).

How do you say what is your dad’s name in Spanish?

El nombre de mi papi es Chuck.

How do you say parents names in Spanish?

¿Cómo se llaman tus padres?

What is your mother name or mother’s name?

What is your mother’s name? is correct. There are two reasons for this. First, mother has to be in possessive case as her name belongs to her. Second, the part of speech of mother is noun and hence its possessive case is formed by adding ‘s to the word mother.

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What is your name is Spanish?

= ¿Cómo te llamas?

Is Como se llama usted correct?

Yes you can, but is often used to ask “cómo te llamas” (formal way) or “cómo se llama usted” (informal way). As a prank but well meant you can say “cómo se llama tu nombre”. The standard idiomatic question is, “¿Cómo se llama?”

Is your name Carmen Spanish?

In English, the name is unisex; in Spanish, Portuguese (Carmo), Catalan (Carme), French and Romanian (Carmen) it is generally female, though in Italian (Carmine) it is frequently male.

Carmen (given name)

Origin
Region of origin Italy, Romania, English- and Spanish-speaking countries
Other names

How do you respond to Como se escribe tu nombre?

If you are answering it in writing you repeat the first part of the question ‘ Se escribe mi nombre …..’ then write your name. If you are answering face to face I would probably just spell out my name using the Spanish alphabet.

What’s your grandfather’s name in Spanish duolingo?

“¿Cómo se llama tu abuelo?”

How do you say dog in German duolingo?

“Der Hund ist schön.”

How do you write father’s mother’s name?

In formal written English, the phrase would be “My father’s and mother’s names are {George and Mary Mason].” In colloquial spoken English, the first “’s” is often left off: “My father and mother’s names are {George and Mary Mason].” Both the above sentences are grammatically incorrect.

What do fathers call their daughters in Spanish?

Not specific to Argentina, but I think the most common way for Spanish speakers to refer affectionately to their daughters would be to use mija. As you probably know, this is a contraction of mi hija, but it seems to be used as a term of endearment in Spanish.

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