Today’s second glitch:
The first sentence is somewhat awkward, but I am not in a mood to try to make it better. It’s technically correct, and that’s good enough for now.
Add a comma after archaeologists.
Make the latter half of the second sentence (the part after the semicolon) into a separate sentence.
Add a comma after said.
You were born with the ability to know what is buried beneath your feet. You have worked for years alongside archaeologists, finding lost cities and ancient treasures. However, today is the first time you have ever said, “We should not dig here.”
(Y’know, most archaeologists aren’t finding — or even looking for — “ancient treasures.”)