Let's take the following sentence Julius is also angry.
One way to say it is Iulius quoque iratus est.
But can we say it like this Iulius est quoque iratus? But if there is the option to put it this way, then it might have another meaning that Iulius among other things (for example being mad, tired, anxious) is also angry.
In the second version quoque does not follow the word that it explains, so is it possible to use it like that?