On va amortir un peu tous les investissements en même temps.

grain de sel

Senior Member
Canadian English
#1
Hello!
Does the above phrase mean that the investments/investors in the project will be repaid in small installments at the same time?
Thanks
 
  • CarlosRapido

    Senior Member
    français - English (Can)
    #2
    Not sure about the small instalment part, but you are essentially correct.

    Context doesn't specify how the sentence should be read - is it; "[On va amortir un peu] tous les investissements en même temps" or "On va amortir [un peu tous les investissements] en même temps"?
     
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    grain de sel

    Senior Member
    Canadian English
    #3
    Listening to the video, I don't really think he puts emphasis on any particular words.

    How about

    "We’ll start paying back all the investors in installments."?
     

    CarlosRapido

    Senior Member
    français - English (Can)
    #4
    Slightly better formulation, but it doesn't quite address the points I made at #2. We will somewhat amortize all investment... vs We will amortize most of the investments... I still haven't figured out where you get the instalment part.
     
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