JauneFlammee wrote:Also, isn't it natural to expect an accusative object for 'to bear,carry'.
is the accusative. This fact is obscured a little by the suffix [face=SPIonic]-de[/face]
. But I think this is the so-called 'allative' suffix which gets appended to accusatives to reinforce the sense of 'toward which'.
JauneFlammee wrote:I still don't see how you can tell the difference between the two (subject or object) if they are both in the accusative and the context isn't clear, is this a question of word order maybe.
There are some rules about this, but I don't pretend to know them all. If you have a copy of Smyth's Grammar, please see 1972-1981.