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Explanation: It seems like the question is how to respond to an initial greeting of a stranger when one is introduced for the first time. The stranger would begin by saying "shalom," and one would respond with "shalom, na'im meod" or "shalom, na'im lehakir otcha," the latter phrase being more nearly equivalent to the source text, although not completely literal. "na'im meod" or "very pleasant" is the more usual phrase.