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    How does this grammar point work? I think I know how to thank people for nouns, but I’m unsure how to thank for actions. Thanks in advance!



    I think it is てform + くれて + ありがとうございました. At least that’s what I always use.


    So something like 食べてくれてありがとうございます? Why does くれる use て form?



    ~て form for verbs can also mean “and” – so 食べてくれてありがとう = you ate that for me, and I thank you for it.


    Ahhh, yes, it all comes back now. Thanks Joel!

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