"I wish you a good morning!"
Translation:אני מאחל לךָ בוקר טוב!
Every verb has a sort of a signature that says what type of objects it takes, if any. You have to learn each of them, but there are some general patterns. Most indirect objects in Hebrew are used with ל or with מ. There is a whole "family" of verbs that take one direct object and one indirect object with ל, such as נתן. Usually there is a person and a thing involved, the person is the indirect object and the thing is the direct object. The "subject" is "verbing" the "direct object" to the "indirect object". :-)