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Last edited at 11:28AM on 4/10/2012
senor, (pronounced sen your) which means: sir, mister, gentlemen. It has a squiggly line over the "n." My computer is old and doesn't have it! haha! His mon (if she is also spanish speaking) senora (pronounced sen youra) which means: lady, madam, wife. The same squiggly rule applies! :) have a great day!
You could use terms like mucho gusto to mean nice to meet you or hola to say hello. You can just use greeting terms as it is polite and shows that you are not overdoing it or trying to impress too hard.