In one quiz answer it marked me wrong for choosing “Se llama [girl’s name],” saying I should have chosen “Ella se llama…” Then in the next quiz I chose “Él se llama” and it was marked wrong, saying I should have chosen “Se llama.” I’m confused, what is the difference?
Both options are correct - you can choose to use the subject pronoun or not.
Here are some examples:
Él se llama Samuel
Se llama Samuel
Ella se llama María
Se llama María
After reviewing your responses, I've noticed that they haven't been marked as incorrect; there were simply multiple correct options (with or without the subject pronoun).
Sign in to submit your answer
Don't have an account yet? Join today
Test your Spanish to the CEFR standard