What’s in a Name?: 1 A) FALSE “In Britain, you can call a child almost anything you like -the only restrictions on parents relate to offensive words” B) TRUE: Some parents choose names which come from popular culture. For example, there have been six boys named Gandalf after the character in the Lord of the Rings novels and films. 2. A) They wanted to name “4real” their son, but numbers are not allowed in New Zealand, so they decided to call him Superman B) In New Zealand the names can ́t contain numbers, in Britain only offensive words are forbidden, in other countries like Japan or Germany are more restricted and parents have to choose a name from a list. 3) fashion, choose, equally, such as. 4. A) the most important/for b) If/searching c) likes/ mispronounced d) baby ́s/whose.