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je m'appelle

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EtymologyEdit

From je (I) and m' (a prevocalic form of me (me)) and appelle (I am called), the first person form of appeler (to be called). Literally meaning "I am called myself" or "I call myself".

PhraseEdit

je m'appelle ...

  1. my name is ..., I am ..., I'm ...
    Je m'appelle Jean-Paul Lambert. Et vous?
    My name is Jean-Paul Lambert. What's your name?

SynonymsEdit

  • (my name is, I am): je suis ...