Venir Preterite Tense  

Spanish Grammar Preterite Tense Verb Venir - to come

Venir preterite conjugation

Venir means to come.
It is irregular in the preterite.

yo vine I came
viniste you came
Ud./él/ella vino you/he/she came
nosotros/as vinimos we came
vosotros/as vinisteis you all came
Uds./ellos/ellas vinieron you all/they came

Sentences using venir in the preterite tense

Ayer, yo vine a la clase temprano.
Yesterday, I came to the class early.

¿Viniste a la clase temprano ayer?
Did you come to the class early yesterday?

¿Él vino con su esposa?
Did he come with his wife?

Nosotros vinimos a la clase temprano ayer.
We came to class early yesterday.

Vinisteis a luchar por la victoria.
You guys came to fight for victory.

Los muchachos vinieron a la clase temprano ayer.
The boys came to the class early yesterday.

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