A. I will look further into the matter.
B. I will further look into the matter.
C. I will look into the matter further.
Which is grammatically correct? And Is there a difference in meaning?
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I don't recall hearing B used in conversation. It is valid to use A and C interchangeably. In conversation one may prefer A or C based on context.
A may imply one overlooked or missed a potentially important aspect of the subject.
B may imply awareness or priority of the subject has been raised.
Examples of context:
"I was unaware this problem was impacting you. I will look into the matter further."
"The problem is more complicated than we expected. I will look further into the matter."