Something that helped memorize "quoque" as "also" is the name of the logical fallacy "Tu quoque" where a speaker deviates or neglects the point of an argument by saying, "(He, she, you, that) do(es) it as well" Per example: A:"You shouldn't eat so much ice cream"B: "You are eating lots of ice cream as well". " Tu quoque X"
I do have a minor qualification in Latin and using personal pronouns other than ego occasionally , was not something we were taught . The verb was used to determine which pronoun it was and the rest of the sentence to determine whether or not it was a male or female pronoun Also it seems to me completely pointless using Latin in the way that one would use a modern language. That isn’t the way that it works so to be translating there are many universities in New York, or the young man was born in New York, there are many states and cities in America, is just specious