France has fined Google $57 million for breaching new European Union laws on data and content. It’s the biggest penalty so far for breaking the laws. French prosecutors said Google was not clear enough about how it was using people’s personal information to target them with adverts.
Key words and phrases
murky = unclear and possibly dishonest
• She’s such a nice person that you’d never believe her murky past.
• The historical account is murky. No one knows what really happened.
to the tune of = to the amount of
• Ronaldo signed a contract with Juventus to the tune of €100 million.
• He received compensation for his injury to the tune of £20 thousand.
flunked = failed an assessment
• I’m going to flunk my English test – I don’t understand anything!
• Dan nearly flunked out of university in his second year. Too much partying!
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Myram studied badly. She's very sad today because she's going to flunk her philosophy exam.
The club sold the best football player to the tune of €225 000 000.
A former president of the USA signed up a murky contract with Iraq.
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My earlier understanding on murky is now not murky 😊
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It's all Greek to me. That was a good one and I will have it in my mind forever. Cz I just learned it yesterday and I didn't believe my teacher that there could be an expression like that.
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Soy el único que habla español
7:15 7.17 . what did he say ?
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I never want to be in the murky situation but I prefer to solve it.
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Hello BBC . I have a question .
" to the tune of " = in the vicinity of
am I correct ?
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I felt it different this time and then realized that I got used to the situation when they look at each other.
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What does account means in this sentence "The historical account …"? Thanks BBC.
If I am not wrong that Dan said "they are Greek to me". I am happy that I can understand what he meant. The phrase "to be Greek to" was taught in Shakespeare series, said a BBC big fan ;). Love BBC as always.
I'll definitely flunk in terminal physiology exam
Some time anatomy is murky
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Hello,BBC.I have two questions to query,in 1:56 what Dan said in the brackets?(Intensi?)there are fishes in Thames… in 5:53,Dan said football (almight?) sign up football club…I listen a lot of times,but I do not hear clearly.Can you help me?
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My mind was murky before, now I am sure I will not flunk in my test. Thanks.
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Should he say the great or the greatest fear of the age?
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It's all Greek to me – in Italy we say "Arabic" 😉
Murky means unclear or dishonesty
to the tune of means to the amount of
flunked means failed assessment