Is it possible to use « kahekesi » as a subject, or is it only an object (or complement)? Like a pronoun.
« [We-two] are in the bus »= « Kahekesi oleme bussis »
I think no, since you explain it answeres at « How? », do you confirm?
And when you say « two of us together », I suppose you mean « we-two », but absolutely not « you-two » nor « they-two », right? (And in Lithuanian? too?)
Well, the sentence « Nad on bussis kahekesi » should be wrong, whereas « Me oleme bussis kahekesi » should be correct.
Now, could you say something like « They are in the bus, him and her », but without using « him and her » in order to lost the idee of "we"?
In the case where the number is unknown, could we use sth else?
Example: We are in a bus. We don’t know how many people are with us, but everybody in the bus have a look outside…
« Me silmitseme väljasse …-kesi » (bussikesi perhaps?)
Could I say « maailmakesi » or should i make a sentence with "kõik"?