I cannot decide how to use the following in communication:
She introduces herself as Sarah White.
She introduces herself with the name of Sarah White.
Are both of them correct?
She introduces herself as being Sarah White.
The second definitely doesn't work.
I have no problem with the first although I would expect to see it in the simple past.
The man walked up to me, hand outstretched, and introduced himself as John Smith, head of marketing.
Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.
I hope It is understandable!
As you can deduce from my reply in post #3, I have no problem with "She [always] introduces herself as Sarah White".