In Lithuanian language we usually say in plural "Bikes Factory".
But I have checked by Google results count that there it is more usual in English to use the title "Bike Factory" instead of plural "Bikes Factory". Am I right? Thank you!
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it is more usual in English to use the title "Bike Factory" instead of plural "Bikes Factory". Am I right?
It is not only more usual, "Bikes Factory" is incorrect. This explained as the first noun is acting as an adjective and thus it does not accept inflections (it is, practically, an uncountable noun). If we take the example of a 'real' adjective: "A red door" -> "Red doors" are correct BUT Reds doors is wrong