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I-5B Grammar

The verb Venir

Vengo I come
Vienes you come (informal, singular)
Viene he/she/you (formal, singular) comes
Venimos we come
Venís you all come (Spain)
Vienen they/you all come
Yo vengo de una fiesta. I come from a party.
Tú vienes de la escuela en la tarde. You (informal) come from school in the afternoon.
Él viene de la piscina. He comes from the pool.
Mi familia y yo venimos de la playa. We come from the beach.
Ellos vienen de estudiar. They come from studying.
Vengo de mi casa. I come from home.
Vienes del cine. You (informal) come from the movie theater.
Ella viene de la biblioteca. She comes from the library.
Ud. viene de la oficina. You (formal) come from the office.
Venimos del campo. We came from the countryside.
Ellas vienen del concierto. They (a bunch of girls) come from the concert.
Ustedes vienen de las montañas. You all come from the montains.
Vengo de hablar con mi tío. I come from talking to my uncle.
Vienes del parque. You come from the park.
Él viene del café. He comes from the café.
Ella viene del gimnasio. She comes from the gym.
Ud. viene de la iglesia. You (formal) come from the church.
Venemos del trabajo. We come from work.
Venís de España. You all come from Spain. (Spain)
Venís de la lección de piano. You all come from piano lesson. (Spain)
Ellos vienen de la mezquita. They come from the mosque.
Ellas vienen de la sinagoga. They (a bunch of girls) come from the synagogue.
Uds. vienen de la piscina. You all come from the pool.
¿De dónde vienes? Where are you coming from?
¿De dónde viene, él? Where is he coming from?
¿De dónde viene, ella? Where is she coming from?
¿De dónde viene, Ud.? Where are you coming from (formal)?
¿De dónde venemos? Where are we coming from?
¿De dónde venís? Where are you all coming from (Spain)?
¿De dónde vienen, ellos? Where are they coming from?
¿De dónde vienen, ellas? Where are they (a bunch of girls) coming from?
¿De dónde vienen, Uds.? Where are you all coming from?
¿De dónde vengo, yo? Where am I coming from?
Created by: Srta Bluth
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