Does any natural language have verbs that are both ditransitive and experiential?
I'm working on a conlang in which ditransitive experiential verbs exist. For example, we could have verbs that mean "[experience] X as Y." It could generate sentences such as "John sees his uncle as a doofus," or "The leather feels like soft stuff to the hippo."
However, the latter sentence might actually be better rendered with a copular verb, as in "The leather feels soft to the hippo." Most likely, there's a difference between the two sentences that makes the first a ditransitive experiential verb in my conlang, while the second sentence could be rendered with a copular verb. I don't know what the exact relevant difference between the two sentences is.
My hope is that by finding a natural language that features verbs that are experiential and ditransitive, I'll be able to better understand such verbs & their clauses.
However, if I learn that natural languages do without ditransitive experiential verbs, I could opt to simplify my conlang accordingly and save myself some work.