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    if i was introducing myself, would it be yo me llamo mary or yo mi llamo mary?
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    it would be me llamo you don't need the yo bit
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    Definitely Me llamo Mary!
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    (Original post by mefa17)
    if i was introducing myself, would it be yo me llamo mary or yo mi llamo mary?
    "Mi" means "my" so it makes no sense in the sentence you provided.
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    Don't forget to use you're inverted question / exclamation marks (referring to your other threads).

    This may just be down to you not knowing how to do this on a computer, but I thought I'd say it just in case.
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    Alt + Shift + ? = ¿
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    (Original post by mefa17)
    if i was introducing myself, would it be yo me llamo mary or yo mi llamo mary?
    Llamo comes from llamarse which is reflexive so you need to take the reflexive pronoun ''se'' and change it into the first person which is ''me''
 
 
 
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