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If you want to describe something related to history, what adjectives come to your mind? “Historic”? “Historical”? Wait, these two are not the same, right?
In today’s [Grammar] we are going to explain the difference between “historic” and “historical”. Let’s go!
Let’s get started!
“Historic” means “important or likely to be important in history”:
I feel that this is a historic moment for our country.
The dissolution of the Soviet Union was such a historic occasion.
Collocation: a historic building/monument/occasion/decision/visit/victory
“Historical” means “related to the study of history” or “connected with people or events in the past”:
The building is of historical importance.
You must place these events in their historical context.
Collocation: historical novels/data/records/events/figures
Have you already known the difference between “historic” and “historical”? Don’t worry, we prepare a quiz for you👇it is time to show yourself!
#1. He is remembered for his ______ works.
#2. July 4, 1776 is a _____ day for Americans.
That’s all for today’s [Grammar]!!!