First of all, it's too difficult! Over the course of the school year I see all students at all grade levels. Remembering their real names is hard enough, and adding Spanish names? Impossible! (Also, if I am talking to your other teachers or your parents about how well you are doing, they may have no idea who "Carlos" is.)
Secondly, when you go to a foreign country, does your name change? No. However, will people say your name differently? Perhaps. When I was living in Spain, people called me Sara - which is my first name. However, they pronounced it "SAH-rah" - which is not how my family and friends pronounced it back home.
This week we will be learning how to say our names in Spanish, as we review the Spanish alphabet and pronunciation.
Here are some resources that might help you as you look at your own name: