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    Present perfect or past simple 'When you (make) up your mind...'

    'When you (make) up your mind to apologise you may have some lunch, but not before' The answer is: 'have made', is it possible to say 'made'?

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    Re: Present perfect or past simple 'When you (make) up your mind...'

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