my name is
my pronouns are
'Jamie Tanna' is pronounced
Jay-me Tah-nah /ˈʤeɪmɪ ˈtænər/
This is how I pronounce my own name when speaking English.
My full name
If you're adding me to a list of names, please use this name.
This is the name I want to be addressed by during a conversation.
On an envelope
Mr J Tanna
Please use this name when adding my name to an address in a formal context. For example, on an envelope.
I use this name in formal contexts. For example, a letter addressed to me might start 'Dear Mr Tanna'.
I also like to be called
It's always OK to use these nicknames or variants of my name wherever you use my personal name.
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Jamie is a great cook.
He is really good at cooking.
Cooking comes really naturally to him.
Cooking is one of his best skills.
I think this cookbook is his.
He is cooking this recipe for himself.