What Is Your Name in French?

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If you are asking an individual his or her name in French you are supposed to say 'Comment vous appellez-vous?' which literally translates to 'what is your name.' learning French may be a fun experience.
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If you want to ask someone in French what their name is, you say 'Comment vous appellez-vous?'
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To ask 'What is your name' in French, one can use 'Comment vous appelez-vous?' for a formal setting or 'Comment tu t'appelles?' in an informal setting. ...
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