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Hi could you tell me this is grammatically correct?

In its Immaturity, the Canadian federal government failed to give an adequate solution to the social, physical, and economic hardships of the Great Depression, however, through numerous small achievements built a foundation for future success.

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Hi,

Not quite.

In its immaturity, the Canadian federal government failed to give (we don't normally 'give' a solution)an adequate solution to the social, physical, and economic hardships of the Great Depression. However, through numerous small achievements it built a foundation for future success.

Clive
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sorry it was:

In its Immaturity, the Canadian federal government failed to give an adequate solution to the social, physical, and economic hardships of the Great Depression, however, through numerous small achievements built a foundation for future success.
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Sorry I should have mentioned this, but it is a conclusion not a thesis.

Thanks.
can there be a comma after achievements?
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Hi,

It's not essential, but there can be a comma, if you feel you would pause there in saying that sentence.

Clive