The Spanish verb VENIR means ‘to come’ in English and is as commonly used in Spanish as it is in English. Venir is a highly irregular Spanish verb which is irregular in the present, preterit, future and conditional tenses and also in all of the subjunctive tenses as well as in the imperative.
For now though we will simply concentrate on how to conjugate venir in the present tense and cover all other tenses in future blog posts that will be posted very soon.
Conjugation of Venir in the Present Tense
VENIR is often referred to as a ‘go’ verb because of the use of go as an ending in the first person singular. Venir is also a vowel changing verb, in this case the e changes to ‘ie’ in the second and third person singular and the third person plural.
|yo vengo||I come|
|tú vienes||you come|
|él/ella viene||he/she/it comes|
|usted viene||you come|
|nosotros venimos||we come|
|vosotros venís||you all come|
|ellos/ellas vienen||they come|
|ustedes vienen||you all come|
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