Fru, or hustru (more formal).
I don't think it really matters. But in society today you normally say Mr. then Mrs. I would do that to be safe.
"Mr" = "Herr". "Mrs" = "Fru".
Pani is Mrs., Pan is Mr.
Yes. It would be appropriate to say "Mr. and Mrs. Smith" for example.
You would say the male title first, but you need and in there. It should be Mr. and Mrs. John, and Mr. needs a period.
They are two people - two is plural, so it should be "Where are Mr and Mrs Jones?"
If you were to talk mr. And mrs. Libre what would you say so
"Ginang at Ginoo" "Ginang" is "Mrs.". "at" is "and". "Ginoo" is "Mr." You can say "Mga binibini, ginang at ginoo" "binibini" is lady who is not married.
~san is Mr., Mrs., and Ms. Suzuki-san = Mr. Suzuki
Pan and pani
Mr and Mrs
Mr and Mrs is correct or Mrs and Mr is correct