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Default placement of the adverb, fully

I would like to put the adverb, fully, in different positions of the same sentence. I am not sure which one sounds natural to native English speakers.

(1) We encourage all members to fully participate in our club events.

(2) We encourage all members to participate fully in our club events.

(3) We encourage all members to participate in our club events fully.

Where should I put the adverb? Thanks.

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Default Re: placement of the adverb, fully

They're all fine. Stylistically it's often advisable not to separate to and the infinitive, but it's frequently done.
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Default Re: placement of the adverb, fully

The first sentence comes up naturally while speaking.
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