Historic vs Historical

Historic vs Historical. Although these two adjectives sound similar, they are used in different situations! If something is ‘historical,’ it is from, or happened in, the past. For example, a historical house has old, or old styled, architecture. In contrast, if we use ‘historic,’ we are describing something so important that it has, or will, impact history itself! For instance, a historic house is a house were an incredibly important event took place!


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