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In a formal situation, how do I introduce myself in spanish?

In formal contexts, such as job interviews or academic presentations, you shouldn't use slang or coloquial phrases, but a polite structure, such as: "Mi nombre es..." instead of "Me llamo..."

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Isaac S.

Degree: Biological Sciences with a Year in Continental Europe (Bachelors) - Birmingham University

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Degree: French and Spanish and German (Bachelors) - St. Andrews University

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Degree: Modern and Medieval Languages (Bachelors) - Cambridge University

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Degree: Global Politics (Masters) - Durham University

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Spanish

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