How do you say “How do you say: I went from a terrible seller to the top performing salesman”?
Oct 7, 2019 6:52 PM
Answers · 3
Your sentence is understandable and acceptable but not as natural as it could be. I would say (as Jazz also did) that using "being" in your sentence would make it better. --> "I went from being a top seller to the top-performing salesperson" I would also say that replacing the word "terrible" with "under-performing" would make it more professional too. --> "I went from being an under-performing seller to a the top-performing salesperson"
October 8, 2019
Your sentence would be perfectly understood. You could also say, "I went from being a terrible seller to the top-performing salesman (or salesperson)."
October 7, 2019
You are correct. The sentence sounds natural.
October 7, 2019
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