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interest vs. interestingly #1 (permalink) Wed Feb 18, 2009 20:40 pm   interest vs. interestingly
 

English Language Tests, Intermediate level

ESL/EFL Test #149 "Financial and bank expressions", question 2

I decided to invest in the commodities market, as the ......... on offer from the bank was at an all-time low.

(a) increase
(b) interest
(c) rent
(d) tax

English Language Tests, Intermediate level

ESL/EFL Test #149 "Financial and bank expressions", answer 2

I decided to invest in the commodities market, as the interest on offer from the bank was at an all-time low.

Correct answer: (b) interest
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interest vs. interestingly #2 (permalink) Wed Feb 18, 2009 21:56 pm   interest vs. interestingly
 

Interestingly, it is interest!
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interest vs. interestingly #3 (permalink) Thu Oct 06, 2011 10:23 am   interest vs. interestingly
 

please explain: at an all-time low

at an all-time low = at a low level all the time?

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interest vs. interestingly #4 (permalink) Thu Oct 06, 2011 20:08 pm   interest vs. interestingly
 

Not quite - at the lowest level it has ever been.
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