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Are both of the following sentences correct?

1: What does your signature exactly mean and any special reason for using it?

2: What does your signature exactly mean and is there any special reason for using it?
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"Any special reason for using it" is understandable but incomplete as far as grammar is concerned.

My vote is for Sentence 2.
2 is OK.

1 is a clipped sentence.
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Hi,

1: What does your signature exactly mean and any special reason for using it?

2: What does your signature exactly mean and is there any special reason for using it?

Apart from any concerns about the grammar, these are odd questions in terms of meaning, at least in Western culture.

Tom Smith's signature is 'Tom Smith' It doesn't really 'mean' anything. He uses it when he signs things, eg letters, cheques. I don't know if you would call these kinds of things 'special reasons'.

Best wishes, Clive
I had the impression that Jackson's sentences had to do with people's "signatures" here in the forum -- for example, yours, Clive. Emotion: smile
Hi,

Oh, I see. Although I wouldn't call it a signature. Perhaps a 'Forum name'?

Best wishes, Clive
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YankeeI had the impression that Jackson's sentences had to do with people's "signatures" here in the forum -- for example, yours, Clive. Emotion: smile
Hi Yankee,

You are correct. Yankee, I know you are as always correct but couldn't it be written as: I have the impression that Jackson's sentences have to do (something) with people's "signatures" here in the forum?