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Hello there. Would you use "subjunctive mood" in this sentence?: "I'll put water in the freezer so that it get frozen." I've used "so that it get..." instead of "so that it gets" (I can use "so that It will" but it's not the point of this question). Would it be grammatical correct if I used "so that it get" without "s" at the end?

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Hello there. Would you use "subjunctive mood" in this sentence?: "I'll put water in the freezer so that it get frozen." I've used "so that it get..." instead of "so that it gets" (I can use "so that It will" but it's not the point of this question). Would it be grammatical correct if I used "so that it get" without "s" at the end?
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