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Both sentences sound right? And do they have a different meaning?

For what needs life?

or

What is life for?

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Both sentences sound right? And do they have a different meaning?

I presume you mean

Do both sentences sound right? And do they have a different meaning?

Item 1 Sounds wrong and is wrong. For what needs life?

Item 2 is good. What is life for?

The definition of ;

needs plural noun US; the things you must have for a satisfactory life:Link C.E.D.

I can only make a guess at what you are trying to say, so, as item 1 is wrong I cannot compare them.

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