The car company, which was not so successful

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Bassim

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I am wondering if my sentence is grammatically correct.

The car company, which was not so successful in recent years, is putting its high hopes on their newest model.
 

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I am wondering if my sentence is grammatically correct.

The car company, which [STRIKE]was not[/STRIKE] has not been so successful in recent years, [STRIKE]is putting its[/STRIKE] has high hopes [STRIKE]on[/STRIKE] for [STRIKE]their[/STRIKE] its newest model.

See above. I'm not keen on "so successful". I'd use something like "particularly successful".
 
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