Remembering and repeating names in Japan has been difficult for me, but every so often a name is slightly easier to say...
Daniel: My name is Daniel. Nice to meet you.
Student: My name is Mai. Nice to meet you too.
'Mai' is pronounced exactly the same way as 'my'.
Student: This is my friend Ai.
'Ai' is pronounced the same as I.
Student: Hello. My name is Yu.
Daniel: Nice to meet you...Yu.
And my personal favorite from yesterday...
Me: Hello. My name is Daniel. Nice to meet you.
Student: Hello. My name is Taro. Nice to meet you three.
I suppose I cannot be too disappointed. How many native English speakers have you seen misuse the word (too, two, to)?