I am going to put the adverb, indefinitely, in different places of a sentence.
(1) My contract will indefinitely be renewed.
(2) My contract will be indefinitely renewed.
(3) My contract will be renewed indefinitely.
I've heard from some of my non-native English speaking friends say that an adverb needs to be placed as close to a verb as possible. They also think that it's OK to put the adverb between "will" and "be" because it emphasizes the certainty of when an event will happen. Based on their reasoning, I think all the placements above are correct. Do you agree with them?