Eu não vejo nada de errado com a frase, acho que depende no que tu quer por ênfase. Por exemplo, 2 pessoas argumentando.
Speaker 1 : He doesn't seem to like his English classes anymore, so why waste his parents money then?
Speaker 2 : NO way, where did you get that from? he likes VERY MUCH his English classes.
Onde very much da ênfase ou fato de que ele realmente gosta das aulas de Inglês.
Gian, I think you were talking about this use of " very much":
We can use "very much" before some verbs to emphasise how we feel about things.
• I very much agree with the decision, (NOT...I agree very much with...)
• We very much enjoyed having you stay with us. (NOT ...we enjoyed very much having ...)
Some verbs we can use this way are: agree, doubt, fear, hope, like, want; and also admire, appreciate, enjoy and regret.
We cannot use very much before participle adjectives, but we can use very :
• She was very disturbed to hear the news,( NOT... She was very much disturbed...)
• It's very disappointing, (NOT... It's very much disappointing.)
However, we use (very) much but not very before a past participle which is part of a passive: • The new by-pass was (very) much needed.
Fonte: Advanced Grammar in use - Martin Hewings