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1. I want strongly to go abroad some day.

2. I strongly want to go abroad some day.

3. I want to go abroad strongly some day.

(Are the three sentences grammatical? Do they have the same meaning? ... I appreciate your help... Have a good time.)

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    Only number two is grammatical because no one goes strongly abroad an some day can't be described by strongly.

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