How do you say in Spanish Pleased to meet you, you're welcome
"Fernando esta es mi amiga Maria." How do I reply in Spanish saying, "Pleased to meet you, You're welcome."
Well since you are Rosa, and Maria is being introduced to Fernando, you shouldn't say anything at all.
But you would say "Mucho gusto" to mean "I'm pleased to meet you."
And to say, "You're welcome", it's "De nada."
All of those are covered in Lesson 1.1 of this site under "Learn Spanish" at the top, left of this page. I hope you will give it a try.
We use "much gusto" and then the reply is "el gusto es mio". In this case it does´nt matter if a masculine or feminine person is greeting a masculine or feminine person - the endings are the same. I get confused if using encantado/a as I can never remember whether the ending o/a refers to me or the person I´m greeting. In fast coversation in Andalucia you don´t have time to work it out!
Any help on this last part would be appreciated.
I think a very formal way to say this is "encantado de conocerlo/la".
Es un gran placer de conocerte, de nada.