I am hoping, when I get better, we can go to England and visit the dig site.
At first Ben was a little confused... but then he started catching on and enjoyed it. We are supplementing it with additional grammar instruction so we studied declining the verb SUM (to be) in the present tense...
sum (I am) summus (we are)
es (you are) estis (you pl. are)
est (he/she/it is) sunt (they are)
You plural is usually confusing to students. Not in the south... here we have a "you plural" -- y'all. So for us estis = y'all are. Yee haw.