Spanish Verb VENIR: to come

The Spanish verb venir means 'to come ' and is an irregular Spanish IR verb.

To remember this, imagine you come to VIENNA to get a souVENIR!

Venir is a common and versatile verb, with a few conjugation changes to be aware of and practise.

During the second part of October a new irregular IR verb is featured each day to enable you to consolidate some of the IR verb families. You will learn other verbs with similar patterns such as contravenir, convenir, intervenirr and prevenir.
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Read on, below the VENIR verb table...
           to come: venir
Imagine you come to VIENNA to get a souVENIR!
Simple Tenses - Spanish Verb venir
él, ella, usted
ellos, ellas, ustedes

vengo vienes viene venimos venís vienen

venía venías venía veníamos veníais venían

vine viniste vino vinimos vinisteis vinieron

will come
vendré vendrás vendrá vendremos vendréis vendrán

would come
vendría vendrías vendría vendríamos vendríais vendrían

may come
venga vengas venga vengamos vengáis vengan
Imperfect Subjunctive
Imperfecto de Subj.

might come
viniera vinieras viniera viniéramos vinierais vinieran
viniese vinieses viniese viniésemos vinieseis viniesen
Imperatives   Spanish Verb venir - to come

¡ven! ¡venga! ¡vengamos! ¡venid! ¡vengan!
Negative Imperative
Imperativo Negativo

don't come!
¡no vengas! ¡no venga! ¡no vengamos! ¡no vengáis! ¡no vengan!
Compound Tenses of the Spanish Verb VENIR  Past Participle: venido - have come
Present Perfect
Perfecto de Indicativo

have come
he venido has venido ha venido hemos venido habéis venido han venido
Preterit Perfect
Pretérito Anterior

had come
hube venido hubiste venido hubo venido hubimos venido hubisteis venido hubieron venido
Past Perfect

had come
había venido habías venido había venido habíamos venido habíais venido habían venido
Present Perfect Subj
Presente Perfecto Subj

may have come
haya venido hayas venido haya venido hayamos venido hayáis venido hayan venido
Future Perfect
Futuro Perfecto

will have come
habré venido habrás venido habrá venido habremos venido habréis venido habrán venido
Conditional Perfect
Condicional Perfecto

would have come
habría venido habrías venido habría venido habríamos venido habríais venido habrían venido
Pluperfect Subjunctive
Pluscuamperf. de sbj

might have come
hubiera venido hubieras venido hubiera venido hubiéramos venido hubierais venido hubieran venido
hubiese venido hubieses venido hubiese venido hubiésemos venido hubieseis venido hubiesen venido
Progressive Tenses VENIR  Present Participle: viniendo - coming
Present Progressive
Presente Progressivo

am coming
estoy viniendo estás viniendo está viniendo estamos viniendo estáis viniendo están viniendo
Preterit Progressive
Pretérito Prog

was coming
estuve viniendo estuviste viniendo estuvo viniendo estuvimos viniendo estuvisteis viniendo estuvieron viniendo
Imperfect Progressive
Imperfecto Prog

had been coming
estaba viniendo estabas viniendo estaba viniendo estábamos viniendo estabais viniendo estaban viniendo
Future Progressive
Futuro Perfecto Prog

will be coming
estaré viniendo estarás viniendo estará viniendo estaremos viniendo estaréis viniendo estarán viniendo
Conditional Progressive
Condicional perf. prog.

would have been
estaría viniendo estarías viniendo estabría viniendo estaríamos viniendo estaríais viniendo estarían viniendo
Subjunctive Progressive
Subjuntivo Progressivo

may've been
que ~ viniendo que ~ viniendo que ~ viniendo que ~ viniendo que ~ viniendo que ~ viniendo
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        USING the SPANISH VERB VENIR      

Spanish verb venir - come venir can also mean: to get, to arrive, to turn up; to develop.
venir a: to come to.
venir a + infinitive: to come to do something.
venir de algo: to come from something/where.
la venida (nf): arrival, coming.

Spanish to come is venir venirse (vr): to come.
venirse abajo: to go to pieces.
venir siendo / tarde / mal dadas: to come being / late / in a bad mood.
ver venir: to see something coming.

Spanish for come is venir venir al mundo: to come into the world, to be born.
venir de lejos: to come from afar.
acaba de venir de: to have just come from.
venir bien: to suit, to be good for

you informal vos replaces - you, informal, singular -
- in Argentina, Uruguay, Paraguay and also in some countries of Central America.
Sometimes it also replaces the formal singular 'Usted'.
In irregular IR verbs, the conjugations remain the same as for except for the addition of accents in the following tenses:
Presente:      vos venís
Imperativo:  ¡vení!

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