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Page 256. The Verb VENIR. The Verb VENIR. You use venir to say that someone is coming to a place or an event. ¿A qué hora vienes al restaurante? Vengo a las cuatro de la tarde. The Verb VENIR. Here is the verb “to come” in English. I come You come He She comes It. We come

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The Verb VENIR

the verb venir
The Verb VENIR
  • You use venir to say that someone is coming to a place or an event.
  • ¿A qué hora vienes al restaurante?
  • Vengo a las cuatro de la tarde.
the verb venir1
The Verb VENIR
  • Here is the verb “to come” in English.
to come
I come

You come

He

She comes

It

We come

They come

TO COME
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The Verb VENIR

  • Here are all the present tense forms of venir in Spanish.
venir
Yo vengo

Tú vienes

Ud.

Él viene

Ella

Nosotros venimos

Uds.

Ellos vienen

Ellas

VENIR
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¡OJO!
  • Note that venir has an irregular “yo” form that ends in “go” (just like these other verbs that we have studied—tener, hacer and poner).
  • vengo
  • tengo
  • hago
  • pongo
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¡OJO!
  • Note that venir also has a stem change in the tú, Ud. (él, ella) and Uds. (ellos, ellas) forms (just like tener).
  • However there is no stem change in the nosotros / nosotras forms.
  • Note that the nosotros form of venir is venimos;

but the nosotros form of tener is tenemos.

  • Be sure to memorize the verb venir.