As we know that the word below acts as an adverb and preposition.


Read it in the comment section below.

Read it in the comment section given below.

Are they both correct? Explain.


The latter implies that you have somehow been given the comment section instead of it simply appearing where it is. "Given below" is used when something is supplied to you, like a periodic table printed on a chemistry test

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