The following is a non-exhaustive list of verbes ditransitifs, which are verbs that take both un complément d’objet direct (COD) and complément d’objet indirect (COI).

When there are 2 objects in a clause, the COI is sometimes known as a COS: un complément d’objet second.

Sometimes the verb must contain both COD and COI/COS to make a correct, comprehensible statement, and sometimes it can take just the COD. Much of the time you can use the same logic in English for French.

Clicking the links takes you to the WordReference page for the verb so you can see all the possible forms.

Verbes non-pronominaux

Verbes pronominaux

Where there is à quelqu’un in the above verbs’ structure, that can be oneself and therefore the reflexive form of the verb.

Also, if multiple people are involved, and they reciprocate an action, we use the reciprocal form of the verb, which looks identical: