All Indirect Objects in English are taken by "dative" verbs? All Indirect Objects in English are taken by ditransitive verbs?
Terminology is a problem, so instead of using the term verb, I'll opt for the term construct.
Ditransitive constructs are also called double object constructs, for example, Max gave Sam the book, whereas to-dative constructs look like this, Max gave the book to Sam.
Does that help?
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