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    Summaries of the surveys for the evaluation

    The following sentence appears in a document that describes the result of surveys.

    Table 5 provides summaries of the surveys for the evaluation of XXX.

    (Several surveys have been conducted, and the summary of each survey is summarized in the table.)

    Q1: Do I need "the" before "summaries"?
    Q2: Is it correct to say "summaries", not "summary"?
    Q3: Would it be more natural to say "surveys used for the..."?

    Please tell me if there are better ways to say it.
    Thank you.

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    Re: Summaries of the surveys for the evaluation

    I am not a teacher.

    Q1: No.
    Q2: Yes.
    Q3: Maybe.

    What sort of surveys are you talking about? Land surveys or opinion polls?

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    Re: Summaries of the surveys for the evaluation

    It's something like a questionnaire about the product XXX.

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