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What does At the back of history means?
Have you context for this?
Do you mean 'way back in history'? This expression means something happened a very long time ago! 'Way back in history the Pilgrims landed at Plymouth Rock.' The expression is most often used when the speaker isn't sure of the actual date that the event took place.
Oh, no, I didn't mean way back to history... I have seen the expression on an ad of the film :" Hero" on Starworld
The ad of Hiro when he speaks Japanese
I dont understand the idiom chalk sth up to sth in this case, could you explain it more clearly to me?
Hiro did speak Japanese in the ads, but there are English subtitles and I saw the expression there
But am I right to use the prep. of after ads?