Stating the time is a small, necessary step to keep your reader grounded in the story.
Some idioms focus on describing how time passes.
time moves swiftly onward.
“Time flies like an arrow; fruit flies like a banana. .
ago. TIME FLIES. In the sentence, “Yes, the time passed in a flash”, we don’t know the time in question.
The passing of time—whether minutes, days, weeks or years—can be one of the more difficult speedbumps confronting writers.
definitions. “There is time for work and time for love.
— Nathan Chen.
Time, as is well known, sometimes flies like.