I think people name in my language is very different from how it is used in English, so please properly explain it so I can use correctly.
In my country, people name usually have 3 parts, if I am named (full name) "A B C", then my child's name will be something like "A X Y" (so I think the first part, A, is family name). People call me by "C", or "B C" if someone else also named "C". We never use "A" to refer someone. Also, my wife doesn't change her first part to "A".
Please explain, in English:
- How would my name be? (C A B, C B A?)
- How do you refer me in normal - informal context (say, a classmate) if no one has the same name as mine?
- The second question in context of me being your lover or very close friend?
- The second question in context of formal context (Mr. ...)?
- What would be my son name and my wife name if we move to US?
And one more question: is there any differences about those between English-speaking countries (UK, US, Australia...)?