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A does C for B (B is you, your friends, your family, etc.)
The president chose me as the representative.
 ここ        ありがとうございます 
Thank you for coming here today.
The prime minister introduced me to a capable secretary.
I really let the Queen walk all over me.
  おっしゃって     ありがとうございます  
It's very kind of you to say so.
You were thoughtful to remember me in this way.
Thank you for saving me!

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ANoun (giver)
BNoun (receiver)
CVerb: て-form
Basic Examples:
ってさいました ((he) helped me)

This is the polite form of ~てくれる.
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Level: 5, : 0

This example is not consistent with the suggested construction. Should not it be instead of を?
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3 years ago
Years Studied: 12+ (on and off)
Studying: Kanji: JLPT N1, KK3; Grammar: JLPT N4; Vocab: JLPT N3, JFBP 3
Level: 885, : 288
As per "Dictionary of Basic Japanese Grammar", を is the particle to use when the receiver is also the direct object at the same time.

Key Examples they provide (they provide them for くれる and explain くださる as the polite (honorific) version of it - I modified them to use くださる instead of くれる below - I also highlighted how the receiver is handled in those two sentences):

A: カメラをってくださった。(My father bought a camera for me.)
Topic(は) Indirect Object(に) Direct Object(を)

B: なぐさめてくださった。(Michio consoled me.)
Topic(は) Direct Object(を)

That said, the grammar point here only covers key sentence A in the construction notes, while also having an example fitting key sentence B - if I am not mistaken, of course :)

EDIT: fixed a typo in key sentence B where I had an extra う that didn't belong there
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3 years ago (Edited 3 years ago.)

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