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    with an interest of

    Is it correct if we say:
    They took out the loan with an interest of 20%.

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    Re: with an interest of

    Quote Originally Posted by English4everyone View Post
    Is it correct if we say:
    They took out the loan with an interest rate of 20%.
    Yes.

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