Asking for Name in Dialogue
When we meet new people whom we don’t know his/her name before wherever we go or sometimes there are situations when we have already met the person but forgotten their name, we need to ask their name.
In this lesson we will learn how to ask someone’s name by using the expression “What’s your name?” However, in this lesson we directly apply the expression of asking for Name in Dialogue in many different ways. The purpose of giving different ways in asking for Name in Dialogue to express “What’s your name?” so that You’ll get more comfortable with asking a stranger for their name, and also with asking someone you’ve already met to remind you of their name. (also read : How to Introduce Yourself or Other People)
Let’s look at some dialogues that will help us to learn, or remember, a person’s name.
Just Ask Her
Fanty: Hey Rudy.
Rudy: Hey Fanty. How are you?
Fanty: I’m fine, thank you. What’s up with you lately?
Rudy: Nothing. I like this girl in my office but I just don’t have the guts to ask her name.
Fanty: Oh silly. It’s easy, just say “What’s your name?”