I have done my research online and this is all the information i have come up with: Most verbs with take an accusative/dative case combination. The direct object would be in the accusative case while the indirect object would be in the dative case. But there are some verbs that are irregular where they only take the dative case or the instrumental case.
So my questions are:
How do I tell which when a verb takes a different case other than the normal accusative/dative combination?
When the verb is irregular and takes the dative or instrumental case does both the indirect object and direct object both take the same case. So in other words if the verb takes the dative case rather than the normal accusative/dative combination would both the indirect object and direct object be in the dative case?
3.If the verb governs another case how do I find out what case it governs? I looked on Wikipedia to see if there was information on what case a verb would take but I could not find anything.
Thank you in advance! (And if you could i would love examples)