its wrong because there isn't a 'this' in the sentence / question / problem. for example, "this is my name" would be "este es mi nombre". "it is my name" would instead be "es mi nombre", hence it doesnt have 'este (this)'. hope this helped! (ps: my spanish isn't very good but from what i understand this is how it works.) If any spanish speakers find something wrong in my explanation please correct me!
es mi nombre - it is my name
este es mi nombre - this is my name
ese es mi nombre - that is my name
Or could it be, "Ese es mi nombre?" Probably wrong, but i wanted to offer the alternative.
As far as I know you need to include the "'s" in that's so the second one I could be wrong tho
Me llamo is used to mean "my name is," but literally translates as "I call myself." "Llamo" is a verb meaning "I call."
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I thought "name" in Spanish was "llamo" like "Mi llamo es Brittney. " instead of " Mi nombre es Brittney. "
llamarse means to call oneself. when conjugating this verb, you use the normal ending, (o in this case) and add either a me/te/se/nos/se (me in this case) i'm guessing you mean me llamo brittney, which directly translated is i call myself brittney.
so you are correct, name is nombre, but in this case, we're not literally saying my name is, we're saying i call myself