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I am Helen Rutter.


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15:32 Aug 29, 2000
English to Spanish translations [Non-PRO]
English term or phrase: I am Helen Rutter.
to introduce oneself.
Helen Rutter

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naSee below.xxxkropotkin
naI agree with Yolanda.Luis Latoja
naSoy Helen Rutter OR Me llamo Helen Rutter
Yolanda Broad



9 mins
Soy Helen Rutter OR Me llamo Helen Rutter

Use if you are addressing someone directly:

Soy Helen Rutter


Me llamo Helen Rutter (meaning, literally, "I am called Helen Rutter") Use if you are writing this, rather than addressing someone directly)

Yolanda Broad
United States
Local time: 04:50
Native speaker of: English
PRO pts in pair: 214

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Bruno Magne
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19 mins
I agree with Yolanda.

Another way you may use also:
Mi nombre es Helen Rutter.


Luis Latoja
PRO pts in pair: 30
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4 hrs
See below.

As a complement of the two answers above:

I've heard "Mi nombre es..." mostly in Spain

"Me llamo..." is the most common way of saying it in Mexico and I guess it must be the same for all Latin America.

"Soy...." is a good expression, and I think it can also be used when you are writing; from my point of view this expression sounds somewhat more formal than the other two, but the difference is actually very very very slight.

Hope it helps!

Antonio Muñoz G.
México, DF

Local time: 03:50
Native speaker of: Native in SpanishSpanish
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