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    Magazines sales



    Magazines sales to Book-Clube Members were 33. This opposite, Non-Clube Members sales to college staff 332, college students 1249, and

    Please refer to the picture. Which is better between "magazines sales" or "magazine sales"?


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    Re: Magazines sales

    Magazine sales is correct. Magazine is an attributive noun here, and therefore singular.
    I am not a teacher.

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