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Conjugating the Verb VENIR - Simple Tenses

Let's review the verb Venir, concretely, the following simple tenses: Present, Future, Imperfect and Preterite of Indicative and the Present and both Preterite tenses for the Subjunctive mood.

By clicking on any of them you'll be able to listen to their pronunciations.


INDICATIVE

Present
(I come...)
Imperfect
(I was coming...)
Preterite
(I came...)
Future
(I'll come...)
Conditional
(I should come...)
Yo

Él / Ella / Usted
Nosotros / Nosotras
Vosotros / Vosotras
Ellos / Ellas / Ustedes
vengo
vienes
viene
venimos
venís
vienen

venía
venías
venía
veníamos
veníais
venían
vine
viniste
vino
vinimos
vinisteis
vinieron

vendré
vendrás
vendrá
vendremos
vendréis
vendrán

vendría
vendrías
vendría
vendríamos
vendríais
vendrían




SUBJUNCTIVE

Present
Imperfect (1)
Imperfect (2)
Yo

Él / Ella / Usted
Nosotros / Nosotras
Vosotros / Vosotras
Ellos / Ellas / Ustedes
venga
vengas
venga
vengamos
vengáis
vengan

viniera
vinieras
viniera
viniéramos
vinierais
vinieran

viniese
vinieses
viniese
viniésemos
vinieseis
viniesen/a>


The book '501 Spanish Verbs' can help you study Spanish vebs, and it is also available for Kindle:


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