Irregular "go" verbs - (er) or (ir) changes to (go)  

Spanish Grammar Present Indicative Spanish GO Verbs

Spanish go verbs are irregular in the present tense. The ending (er) or (ir) changes to (go) in the (yo) form (first person singular). The most common go verbs are: hacer, salir, poner, traer, tener, venir. The tables below show how to conjugate the verbs venir and salir in the present tense:

The verb venir (conjugation) means to come.

yo vengo (I come)
vienes (you come)
Ud/él/ella viene (you/he/she comes)
nosotros (as) venimos (we come)
vosotros (as) venís (you guys come)
Uds/ellos/ellas vienen (you all/they come)

The verb salir (conjugation) means "to leave" or "to go out".

yo salgo (I leave)
sales (you leave)
Ud/él/ella sale (you/he/she leaves)
nosotros (as) salimos (we leave)
vosotros (as) salís (you guys leave)
Uds/ellos/ellas salen (you all/they leave)

Yo vengo con mi amiga.
I come with my friend.
Tú vienes con tus padres.
You come with your parents.
Mi profesora viene del colegio.
My teacher comes from school.

Yo salgo con el maestro.
I go out with the teacher.
Él sale en el carro.
He goes out in the car.
Ella sale de la iglesia.
She goes out of the church.
Nosotros salimos con el niño.
We go out with the boy.
Ellos salen al teatro.
They go out to the theater.

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