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    I don't want to ruin the fluency of my work by just mentioning a reference to support something which i experienced.So how can i include the reference so that it sounds good?

    For e.g, This author states.......


    What other opening sentences could i use?
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    Smith (2010) states...
    Smith (2010) argues...
    This concurs with Smith (2010)
    This is in line with Smith (2010)

    Or if you have a good paragraph, you can just stick it at the end.

    e.g.

    "A rehabilitation programme combination aerobic and strengthening exercise has been shown to be beneficial for patients with MS (Dalgas et al, 2008)"

    bit hard to say without knowing more about it. Once you've introduced the paper you can then say "the authors argue..." etc
 
 
 
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