top 3 clients in terms of accounts receivable

sophiasophie

Senior Member
Chinese
Hi,
Suppose there are some accounts receivable from some companies, and among them the top 3 are comapny A (100 dollars), company B (88) and company C (34).
I woked out two sentences as follows:
The top 3 clients from which accounts are receivable are company A, company B and Company C.
and
The top 3 clients in terms of accounts receivable are company A, company B and Company C.
What do you think of the two sentencees? Are they gramatically correct and do they convey what I try to say?
 
  • TimLA

    Member Emeritus
    English - US
    Hi,

    I think I'd recommend some small changes:

    The/Our top three clients in terms of accounts receivable are A, B and C.
    A, B and C are our/the top three clients in terms of accounts receivable.

    And there are many other ways to say this.
     

    sophiasophie

    Senior Member
    Chinese
    Hi,

    I think I'd recommend some small changes:

    The/Our top three clients in terms of accounts receivable are A, B and C.
    A, B and C are our/the top three clients in terms of accounts receivable.

    And there are many other ways to say this.
    So what's wrong about the first sentence?
     

    sophiasophie

    Senior Member
    Chinese
    Hi,

    I think I'd recommend some small changes:

    The/Our top three clients in terms of accounts receivable are A, B and C.
    A, B and C are our/the top three clients in terms of accounts receivable.

    And there are many other ways to say this.
    OK. Thank you very much for your kindness.
     
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