The ending for 3rd person singular verbs (he, she, and it)
Hic est Marcus, ibi est Titus.
Titus in Colosseo sedet et gaudet, nam Aemilia iam adest.
Marcus dolet, nam Cornelia cessat.
Iam Aemilia rogat: "Ubi est Cornelia?"
Et Titus: "Cornelia cessat."
Subito Marcus vocat: "Ibi Cornelia est, ibi stat!"
Ridet et gaudet.
Here is Marcus, there is Titus.
Titus in the Collosseum sits and is happy, because Aemilia already is there.
Marcus feels pain, because Cornelia has people wait for her.
Now Aemilia asks: "Where is Cornelia?"
And Titus: "Cornelia has people wait on her."
Suddenly Marcus shouts: "There Cornelia is, there she stands!"