Paul is my name, and I am here to put you in the fridge and take over your country.
When stating a first name (or first and last name) with ainm dom, the name is always emphasized; the shift of the name to the beginning of the sentence is how it’s emphasized.
Is mise Paul means "I am Paul" - it's not exactly "another way to say "my name is Paul"".
Ná bí ag éisteach le pól. Tá sé ina chónaí sa chuisneoir leis na cailíní bándearga agus an eilifint.
In other lessons "hello to you" is accepted for "dia duit" but in this one it's wrong?
The web site suggested that the right answer was '"Hey, my name is Paul' That is a very recent colloquial form in english. You would only use 'hey' in certain circumstances, and with certain people.
Is mise Pól means "I'm Paul".
Pól is ainm dom can be either "My name is Paul" or "Paul is my name".