Possible Results:
-I floated
Imperfect subjunctiveyoconjugation offlotar.
Imperfect subjunctiveél/ella/ustedconjugation offlotar.
Affirmative imperativeconjugation offlotar.


¡Y no es culpa mía que tu maleta flotase!
And it's not my fault that your suitcase floated!
Estaba cubierto de sangre y era como si flotase.
He was covered in blood and it was as if he were floating.
Es como si flotase.
It's more like I float.
Era como si flotase en el aire y cada vez se le enganchasen más hilos.
It seemed like it was floating in the air, more strands of it sticking to him all the time.
El aire dentro de la aldea vibraba con energía, haciendo que algo de su cabello flotase sobre sus hombros, casi crujiendo como si fuese un rayo.
The air within the village thrummed with energy, causing some of her hair to float above her shoulders, almost crackling like lightning.
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