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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