As I’ve explained, I’m not a fan of lists with items that don’t match up.
There is one such list on the side of this Hafary van. The list on the van says:
- bldg materials
What parts of speech are those?
- “ceramic” is an adjective
- “homogenous” is an adjective
- “mosaic” is… an adjective?
- “stones” is a noun, and should probably be uncountable, not plural
- “marble” is an uncountable noun
- “bldg materials” is a plural countable noun
What really gets me about this van is that I have no idea what noun “homogenous” is modifying in this context, though I know it means something like “of uniform composition”.
The keenest-eyed among you have noticed that “homogenous” is a misspelling of “homogeneous”. The internet tells me that’s a lost battle, but you and I, we know better.