- the present tense used instead of the past in vivid narrative, especially in titles, such as ‘The Empire Strikes Back’, and informally in speech, e.g. ‘so I say to him’.
noun: historic present
- IPA[hiˌstôrik ˈprezənt]
- the present tense used instead of the past in vivid narrative, especially in titles, such as ...
Oxford American Dictionary
... to Taipei and signed a trade agreement. It was a historic meeting for us. China and Taiwan were always...
... (日丸屋秀和, Himaruya Hidekazu). The series presents an allegorical interpretation of political and historic events, particularly of the World War II era, in which...
...will develop A and B emergency rescue map. We will present the differences on how to find monuments and to rescue important heritage between historical buildings and the general buildings so that ...