Oops, of course, it's the wrong conjugation, I should have noticed. But one more question about syntax: If we speak about "you men" that's an appositive noun phrase. In every language I know, we either need two nouns or a pronoun and a noun in direct succession for that. But in this sentence, we don't have a pronoun. The pronoun is only in the verb, but it isn't a separate word. Is that enough for an appositive noun phrase in Latin?