"Worf and Torg are men."
Translation:loDpu' chaH wo'rIv'e' torgh'e' je.
Whenever you say that one noun is another noun, you use the formula
[noun1] [pronoun] [noun2]'e'
Noun2 is the "topic" of the sentence, and you're saying that noun1 is linked to that thing. The -'e' is simply required. For instance,
loD ghaH wo'rIv'e'
Worf is a man.
When noun2 is a string of cojoined nouns (like wo'rIv torgh je), you need to put that -'e' on each noun, because they are grammatically equal in the sentence. And you need to change to the appropriate pronoun.
loD chaH wo'rIv'e' torgh'e' je Worf and Torg are men.