On Campus Vs. On-Campus?
If I am right now inside the campus, I should say I am On-Campus to let everyone knows about where I arrived a second ago?
why On campus is not right, in this situation?
what's the difference in the meaning of On Campus vs. On-Campus
- Chi girlLv 74 months agoFavorite Answer
No capitals, those aren't proper nouns.
If some you're taking to on the phone asks where you are, you'd say: I'm on campus --- your location.
If some asks you where you got your backpack, you'd say: At the on-campus store -- it's an adjective.
- ZirpLv 74 months ago
the capitals are wrong because it is not a name
"on campus" is a description of location
"on-campus" is an adjective