One of the possible correct answers given is "How is your relation?" This sounds very awkward in English and would be used to ask after someone's relative, if at all. It would not mean "How is your relationship". So does this sentence mean both of these or just "How is your relationship?", which could also be expressed by "How are your relationS?", which is ok but a little ambiguous.
No, it only means ’relationship’, either romantic or non-romantic. You’d use a different construction to ask how people are related.
Would ˝Vad är din/er relation?˝ be a good way to ask how someone might be related to an x person ?
I would rather want to say "vad är er relation till varandra?"or so. Think it sounds more natural.
Yes, I was under the assumption that we weren't necessarily talking about family.
How is it pronounced. Doesn't seem like it's pronounced the way it is written. För is pronounced frö and h is silent
Is this the same as asking "what is your relationship"? I guess I'm a little confused as to how this sentence would be used.
No, this sentence is more like asking if the relationship in question is healthy and sound.
Could 'How are your relationships?' be a possible answer? E.g. there are many couples nearby and the question is asked directly to all of them.