"My name is" in Japanese?
So, "my name is ...." i guess there is a couple of way to say this in japanese and i want to know a couple of them. A different way and situation of using them like with friends (informal) or co-worker/boss (formal). Just give me all possible way of saying "my name is ....." i understand that it doesn't make any sense saying "my name is" to a friend but i just want to expand my knowledge :D
People usually try to avoid saying "watashi" in Japanese, so your best bet is something that doesn't use that!
_ to mōshimasu (I call myself__)
_ desu (if it's clear you're talking about yourself, this can be used. It basically just means "am_")
It's not the end of the world if you use "watashi no namae wa____" as long as you don't keep using "watashi" constantly to talk about yourself like you would in English. The issue is that it can make you sound a little bit self-centred. Try to restrict your use of the word "watashi" to once in a conversation. The context should make things clear after that!
Of course, if you're a guy and you're in an informal situation (or some kinda formal ones), it might be better to use "boku" than "watashi"
私の名前は＿＿です is generally the "safest" in everyday. "＿＿と申します"is like "I am/I call myself ___." In informal settings generally you can say "＿＿です” when it's clear you're talking about and/or introducing yourself among equals. And if you're meeting adult folks for the first time and want to be polite don't forget a 初めまして and a どうぞよろしく。 ぼく can be used but, at least in my experience, it's generally for younger crowds. If you're really informal and among friends and/or social equals you could use “おれは＿＿＿" but I didn't hear it that often except among friend groups in college. Remember, too, as a foreigner you're generally given a lot of leeway among Japanese in Japan. As long as you're trying most everyone will appreciate it and be surprised (at least in my experience) that you bothered to learn any Japanese at all.
Just a couple of pointers: 1.) 'namae' is usually written in kanji '名前' 2.) The phrase 'よろしくお願いします' is actually very difficult to translate into English. If you're unsure about it's meaning I suggest reading an article such as this one: https://www.tofugu.com/japanese/yoroshiku-onegaishimasu-meaning/ 3.) ですか not てすか be careful not to forget your ten ten marks as で and て make different sounds.
Hope this helps you with your learning - 頑張る！