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Would both "comments section" and "comment section" be correct?
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Hi,

There's no real difference.

If you want to get subtle, 'comments' suggests that more than one comment may be made.

Clive
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HUBLOTWould both "comments section" and "comment section" be correct?
They're both fine. My guess is that the difference arises because of the way the authors think of the comment section. In one case (comments section) the author sees it as a bunch of individual comments. In the other case (comment section) the author sees it as one section that contains comments. Note that the same individual can, and probably will, switch his thinking depending on the situation and even his mood on a given day.

The bottom line is both are fine and you will see both.
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Would it be possible to say new students enrollments?
Hi,

No.

In constructions like that where the first noun is used like an adjective, it is usually singular.

eg car doors, not cars doors

eg heart surgeons, not hearts surgeons

Clive
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