"Soldiers, you fight well."
Translation:Milites, bene pugnatis.
“milites bene pugnatis” actually means “You, the soldiers, fight well”. An address to the soldiers should preface “milites” with “o”, and an address does not usually (in literary Latin) begin the sentence. Thus I expected “bene, o milites, pugnatis"
No. The conjugations are all different.
Latin verb forms