7

the "for" should be followed by an arbitrarily long and complicated sentence like:

Thank you for waiting for me after the football match!

or

Sorry for spilling my drink on the carpet that you got for your birthday.

6

Use the て form.

待ってくれてありがとう。

カーペットを汚してすまない。

5

Informally, it's usually, ~てくれてありがとう and ~てごめん(なさい).

サッカー(の[試合]{しあい})の[後]{あと}で待っていてくれてありがとう。
[絨毯]{じゅうたん}を[汚]{よご}してごめんなさい。

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