affected very much

Which are correct:
[color=red]

  1. He seemed affected very much by the recent events and was weeping.
    [color=blue]2) He seemed very much affected by the recent events and was weeping.
    [color=darkblue]3) He seemed very affected by the recent events and was weeping.

[color=red]4) He had been beaten very much and was bleeding.
[color=blue]5) He had been very much beaten and was bleeding.
[color=darkblue]6) He had been very beaten and was bleeding.

Gratefully,
Navi.

Gratefully,
Navi.

[color=red]1) He seemed affected very much by the recent events and was weeping.
[color=blue]2) He seemed very much affected by the recent events and was weeping.
[color=red]4) He had been beaten very much and was bleeding.
[color=blue]5) He had been very much beaten and was bleeding.
He had very much been beaten and was bleeding. (To be strictly grammatical but not necessarily so because the adverb can be placed according as required for emphasis) To me, 3 and 6 are not natural.

  1. is also correct.
    The above correction to (6) is not correct.

4 and 5 would be far more likely to use ‘badly beaten’ or ‘beaten badly’ than ‘beaten very much’ or ‘very much beaten’.
In accordance with that 6) might be
He had been badly beaten and was bleeding.
'Badly beaten/beaten badly - indicates that he had been beaten to a great extent. It would be extremely unlikely to ever indicate that he had been beaten to a poor standard!