my name is
my pronouns are
'Jean' is pronounced
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
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 Ms. Bond'.
You might hear me being called
There are some circumstances in which you might hear people using these variants of my personal name. Please don't use them except in those circumstances.
To speak about a person in English, you don't need to know their gender but you do need to know which pronouns to use. This information can't be determined from a person's name or what they look like, so we include it on everyone's page.
Jean is often found on the dance floor.
She is dancing right now.
You should see her dance!
Dancing is one of her passions.
The dance trophy should have been hers!
She is keeping herself fit by dancing.