So I didn't mean to put Te llamo Isabel as the usual way, I meant to say Me llamo Isable is the way I think we put it because that wouldn't involve reflexive in this case, I don't think.
¨Cómo te llamas¨ directly translates to ¨what do you call yourself?¨
Me llamo is correct because it means ¨I call (llamo) myself (me) Isabel¨.
Te llamas Isabel is ¨you call yourself Isabel¨, while Me llamas Isabel means ¨you call me Isabel¨
Also, you would put ¨me gustan los deportes¨, for the same reason (I like sports, not).
Te Gustan is ¨do you like sports¨
Thank you for answering
Reflexive verbs look like regular -ar, -er, -ir verbs (if they are regular) or stem-changing verbs (o-ue, e-ie, e-i) with one additional step. That is the reflexive pronoun referring back to the subject.
él/ella, usted = se
ellos/ellas/ustedes = se
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As for the verb "gustar" if you learn the meaning as "to be pleasing to..." you will understand how ONE thing IS pleasing = me gusta helado / and TWO or more things ARE pleasing = me gustan deportes.
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