"Their names are Roberto and Bruno."
Translation:Ellos se llaman Roberto y Bruno.
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Does the sentence have to start with 'ellos'? I thought 'ellos' was optional.
"Ellos se llaman..." = "They are called..."
"Ellos nombres son..." = "They names are..."
To say "Their names are," we have to say "Sus nombres son..."
Why are some things forgiven as a misspelling and others are errors? I spelled it 'llamen'.
"Llamen" is an actual word in Spanish. So it can't be considered a typo.
Llamas pairs with tu. "You call yourself..." / "Your name is..."
Llaman pairs with ellos/ellas... "They call themselves..." / "Their names are..."
And Duo shouldn't accept it.
Apellidos = surnames = last names.
That is not the case here. Roberto and Bruno are their given names = first names.
It is correct. Please flag it next time as "my answer should have been accepted."
There is a typo. It should've been llaman as noted at the top of the page.