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I'd like you to A (for me)
いただきたい is more formal than もらいたい
I'd like you to say a few words, can you do it?
     まで   して もらいたい  
I'd like you to go to Sendai tomorrow on business.

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AVerb: て-form
Basic Examples:
ってもらいたい (I'd like you to help)

AVerb: て-form
Basic Examples:
っていただきたい (I'd like you to make)

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