When introducing myself...
My name is Jenna. When I introduce myself, do I say my name as I say it in English, or do I say "yenna" to fit with the dutch pronunciation rules?
I'd pronounce your name the way you always do, I assume that that's also what you'd prefer to be called. The way you pronounce it, is the correct way after all. :)
I wouldn't really say it would matter, I wouldn't bother to change the pronunciation of your name to Dutch, especially if it was English in the first place!
it depends if you want to sound dutch or not
i've been speaking dutch for 40 years and i'm often mistaken for dutch....until i say 'ik heet fred'
i pronounce fred the english way, with a 'd' at the end, not a 't'...a fret is a ferret