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Conjugate venir in El Imperativo (imperative)

The verb venir (to come) is irregular in El Imperativo:

yo

-

ven

usted

venga

nosotros / nosotras 

vengamos

vosotros / vosotras 

venid

ustedes

vengan

Note that in El Imperativo you never use the yo form. You don't give orders to yourself!

Remember that in Spanish there are four different ways to say you:

  • = informal singular
  • vosotros/vosotras = informal plural
  • usted = formal singular
  • ustedes =  formal plural

Here are some examples to look at and listen to:

¡Ven a casa! 
Come home! ("you" singular informal = "tú")

¡Venga a la fiesta! 
Come to the party! ("you" singular formal = "usted")

¡Vengamos a la playa! 
Let's go to the beach! 

¡Venid al parque! 
Come to the park! ("you" plural informal = "vosotros")

¡Vengan a la escuela!
Come to school! ("you" plural formal = "ustedes")

You can also have a look at these more advanced lessons about El Imperativo:

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Examples and resources

¡Ven a casa! 
Come home! ("you" singular informal = "tú")


¡Vengan a la escuela!
Come to school! ("you" plural formal = "ustedes")


¡Venga a la fiesta! 
Come to the party! ("you" singular formal = "usted")


¡Venid al parque! 
Come to the park! ("you" plural informal = "vosotros")


¡Vengamos a la playa! 
Let's go to the beach! 


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