Forms of Venir  

Spanish Grammar Present Indicative Verb Venir - to come

The verb venir (conjugation) means to come. It is irregular in the present tense. The ending ir changes to go in the (yo) form (first person singular).

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)

Sentences using venir in the present tense

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.

Nosotros venimos a comer.
We come to eat.

Ella viene a casa.
She comes home.

Ellos vienen a la ciudad.
They come to the city.

Present tense sentences with vengo
Present tense sentences with vienes
Present tense sentences with viene
Present tense sentences with venimos
Present tense sentences with vienen

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