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Please check this sentence "I brought some eggs. I put them inside the refrigerator. So that its white and yellow part would not get mingled.so that when I broke them I could seperate white and yellow part easily".
You possibly mean "I bought some eggs".
Buy - bought
Bring - brought
They're called the "white" and the "yolk". And putting them in the refrigerator doesn't stop the two mixing together. They are naturally separate inside the egg. Many people accidentally "break the yolk" when they crack the egg but until then, the two are separate. It doesn't matter how you store them. It matters how you handle them when you're breaking/cracking them ready to prepare/eat them
Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.
Why did you use "I break" instead of "I broke"?
If we used "So that" before "I break", then what? As far as I know if we are depicting a past incident we have to use past in every condition like "would" for "will". Could you please give me one more example to clarify.
I had placed them in the refrigerator so that when I broke them, they would separate easily.
OK so if we use "so that" we have to use "Broke" and that doesn't change the meaning. And what about an example?
No. Incorrect. You wanted an example speaking of the past, so I used "had placed them" in the fridge and "when I broke" them to indicate that the breaking was in the past and the placing in the fridge was before the breaking.
I could just as easily said "I place them in the fridge so that when I break them they will separate easily."
In that case I am speaking of habitual action (place them) and the future (when I break them).