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    #1

    make up your mind or made up your mind

    - It's time you made/make up your mind on which unit to take.

    I'm unsure if I should use make or made.

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    Re: make up your mind or made up your mind

    Use 'made'.

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    Re: make up your mind or made up your mind

    You could also say "It's time for you to make up your mind...".

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