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Conjugate venir in El Presente (present tense)

Venir (to come) is irregular in El Presente: 

yo vengo
vienes
él / ella / Ud. viene
nosotros / nosotras  
venimos
vosotros / vosotras  
venís
ellos / ellas / Uds.   vienen
Note the yo form has a g, and in three of the forms ven- becomes vien-.

Read and listen to these examples:

Yo vengo de casa de mi madre.
I come from my mother's house.

vienes al trabajo todos los días en metro.
You come to work every day on the subway.

Ella viene al gimnasio todos los jueves.
She comes to the gym every Thursday.

Nosotros venimos a la playa todos los veranos.
We come to the beach every summer.

Vosotros venís a vernos muy a menudo.
You come to see us very often.

Ellas vienen a nadar todos los domingos.
They come to swim every Sunday.

For more verbs that follows a similar pattern, see: 
Verbos yo -go (presente)

Examples and resources

vienes al trabajo todos los días en metro.
You come to work every day on the subway.


Ellas vienen a nadar todos los domingos.
They come to swim every Sunday.


Yo vengo de casa de mi madre.
I come from my mother's house.


Vosotros venís a vernos muy a menudo.
You come to see us very often.


Nosotros venimos a la playa todos los veranos.
We come to the beach every summer.


Ella viene al gimnasio todos los jueves.
She comes to the gym every Thursday.


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