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    What makes me worried is the difference between A and B.

    Is the sentence above grammartically right? If we replace MAKES by MADE or IS MAKING, is it possible?
    Can you explain the grammar point here? Thank you.

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    Re: What makes me worried is the difference between A and B.

    It depends on the time- something that made you worried no longer worries you. If something is making you worried, then it is worrying you now.

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