Venir - to come  

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Venir - to come
Venir means to come. It is a -go verb.
Go verbs are irregular. The yo form ends in -go.
Also, e changes to ie in all forms except yo, nosotros, and vosotros
yo vengo I come
vienes you come
Ud./él/ella viene you/he/she comes
nosotros/as venimos we come
vosotros/as venís you all come
Uds./ellos/ellas vienen you all/they come

Vengo de la montaña.
      I come from the mountain.

¿De dónde vienes?
      From where do you come?
      (Where are you from?)

Él viene del cine.
      He comes from the cinema.

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