Venir (Spanish Verb) Conjugation In Present, Past, Future & Conditional Tenses

In Spanish, the verb Venir (conjugation) means to come. This verb is one of the most commonly used verbs. As with many other common Spanish verbs, Venir has a lot of irregularity. When found in a stressed syllable, the vowel e of the verb’s stem can change to ie or i in some conjugations. The ending of some conjugations also includes a -d- or -g-.

The only other verbs that use the same conjugation pattern are those ending in -venir such as intervenir (often meaning to intervene or to take part) and prevenir (often meaning to prevent or to warn). The conjugation of Venir has some similarities to the conjugation of tener (to have).

You can find the conjugations of Venir in the indicative mood (present, past, future), the subjunctive mood (present, past), and the imperative mood in the article below.

Similar verbs to venir include llegar (to arrive).

$$\mathbf{\color{red}{Infinitive:-}}$$ venir

Translation In English: to come

$$\mathbf{\color{red}{Past\ participle:-}}$$ venido

Translation In English: come

$$\mathbf{\color{red}{Gerund:-}}$$ viniendo

Translation In English: coming

Spanish Verb Venir Conjugation in Indicative Tenses

Venir in the Indicative Present

The Indicative Present of Come refers to situations, events, or thoughts that are happening now or in the near future. The term is also used to refer to facts and truths.

$$\mathbf{\color{red}{Yo:-}}$$vengo

Translation In English: I come

$$\mathbf{\color{red}{Tú:-}}$$vienes

Translation In English: you come

$$\mathbf{\color{red}{Ella / Él / Usted:-}}$$viene

Translation In English: she/he come, you (formal) come

$$\mathbf{\color{red}{Nosotras / Nosotros:-}}$$venimos

Translation In English: we come

$$\mathbf{\color{red}{Vosotras / Vosotros:-}}$$venís

Translation In English: you (plural) come

$$\mathbf{\color{red}{Ellas / Ellos / Ustedes:-}}$$vienen

Translation In English: they come, you (plural formal) come

Venir Conjugation in the Indicative Preterite

Taking the Indicative Preterite of Venir refers to action that was completed in the past, at a particular point in time.

$$\mathbf{\color{red}{Yo:-}}$$vine

Translation In English: I came

$$\mathbf{\color{red}{Tú:-}}$$viniste

Translation In English: you came

$$\mathbf{\color{red}{Ella / Él / Usted:-}}$$vino

Translation In English: she/he came, you (formal) came

$$\mathbf{\color{red}{Nosotras / Nosotros:-}}$$vinimos

Translation In English: we came

$$\mathbf{\color{red}{Vosotras / Vosotros:-}}$$vinisteis

Translation In English: you (plural) came

$$\mathbf{\color{red}{Ellas / Ellos / Ustedes:-}}$$vinieron

Translation In English: they came, you (plural formal) came

Venir in the Indicative Imperfect

Indicative Imperfect of Venir describes regular and repeated actions that happened in the past and descriptive details about what you used to do.

$$\mathbf{\color{red}{Yo:-}}$$venía

Translation In English: I used to come

$$\mathbf{\color{red}{Tú:-}}$$venías

Translation In English: you used to come

$$\mathbf{\color{red}{Ella / Él / Usted:-}}$$venía

Translation In English: she/he used to come, you (formal) used to come

$$\mathbf{\color{red}{Nosotras / Nosotros:-}}$$veníamos

Translation In English: we used to come

$$\mathbf{\color{red}{Vosotras / Vosotros:-}}$$veníais

Translation In English: you (plural) used to come

$$\mathbf{\color{red}{Ellas / Ellos / Ustedes:-}}$$venían

Translation In English: they used to come, you (plural formal) used to come

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Venir in the Indicative Present Continuous

Using the Indicative Present Continuous of venir refers to something that is happening constantly or right now.

$$\mathbf{\color{red}{Yo:-}}$$estoy viniendo

Translation In English: I am coming

$$\mathbf{\color{red}{Tú:-}}$$estás viniendo

Translation In English: you are coming

$$\mathbf{\color{red}{Ella / Él / Usted:-}}$$está viniendo

Translation In English: she/he is coming, you (formal) are coming

$$\mathbf{\color{red}{Nosotras / Nosotros:-}}$$estamos viniendo

Translation In English: we are coming

$$\mathbf{\color{red}{Vosotras / Vosotros:-}}$$estáis viniendo

Translation In English: you (plural) are coming

$$\mathbf{\color{red}{Ellas / Ellos / Ustedes:-}}$$están viniendo

Translation In English: they are coming, you (plural formal) are coming

Venir in the Indicative Informal Future

An indicative informal future of Venir is used to talk about something that will happen in the future, especially within the next few months.

$$\mathbf{\color{red}{Yo:-}}$$voy a venir

Translation In English: I am going to come

$$\mathbf{\color{red}{Tú:-}}$$vas a venir

Translation In English: you are going to come

$$\mathbf{\color{red}{Ella / Él / Usted:-}}$$va a venir

Translation In English: she/he is going to come, you (formal) are going to come

$$\mathbf{\color{red}{Nosotras / Nosotros:-}}$$vamos a venir

Translation In English: we are going to come

$$\mathbf{\color{red}{Vosotras / Vosotros:-}}$$vais a venir

Translation In English: you (plural) are going to come

$$\mathbf{\color{red}{Ellas / Ellos / Ustedes:-}}$$van a venir

Translation In English: they are going to come, you (plural formal) are going to come

Venir in the Indicative Future

When we talk about something that will happen in the future, we use the Indicative Future of Venir.

$$\mathbf{\color{red}{Yo:-}}$$vendré

Translation In English: I will come

$$\mathbf{\color{red}{Tú:-}}$$vendrás

Translation In English: you will come

$$\mathbf{\color{red}{Ella / Él / Usted:-}}$$vendrá

Translation In English: she/he will come, you (formal) will come

$$\mathbf{\color{red}{Nosotras / Nosotros:-}}$$vendremos

Translation In English: we will come

$$\mathbf{\color{red}{Vosotras / Vosotros:-}}$$vendréis

Translation In English: you (plural) will come

$$\mathbf{\color{red}{Ellas / Ellos / Ustedes:-}}$$vendrán

Translation In English: they will come, you (plural formal) will come

Venir in the Indicative Conditional

It is used to talk about something that might happen in the future, hypotheses, and probabilities.

$$\mathbf{\color{red}{Yo:-}}$$vendría

Translation In English: I would come

$$\mathbf{\color{red}{Tú:-}}$$vendrías

Translation In English: you would come

$$\mathbf{\color{red}{Ella / Él / Usted:-}}$$vendría

Translation In English: she/he would come, you (formal) would come

$$\mathbf{\color{red}{Nosotras / Nosotros:-}}$$vendríamos

Translation In English: we would come

$$\mathbf{\color{red}{Vosotras / Vosotros:-}}$$vendríais

Translation In English: you (plural) would come

$$\mathbf{\color{red}{Ellas / Ellos / Ustedes:-}}$$vendrían

Translation In English: they would come, you (plural formal) would come

Venir in the Indicative Present Perfect

Actions that started recently (in the past) and are still happening now or things that have been done recently are described with the Indicative Present Perfect of coming.

$$\mathbf{\color{red}{Yo:-}}$$he venido

Translation In English: I have come

$$\mathbf{\color{red}{Tú:-}}$$has venido

Translation In English: you have come

$$\mathbf{\color{red}{Ella / Él / Usted:-}}$$ha venido

Translation In English: she/he has come, you (formal) have come

$$\mathbf{\color{red}{Nosotras / Nosotros:-}}$$hemos venido

Translation In English: we have come

$$\mathbf{\color{red}{Vosotras / Vosotros:-}}$$habéis venido

Translation In English: you (plural) have come

$$\mathbf{\color{red}{Ellas / Ellos / Ustedes:-}}$$han venido

Translation In English: they have come, you (plural formal) have come

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Venir in the Indicative Past Perfect

Indicative Past Perfect of Venir refers to actions that happened prior to another action in the past.

$$\mathbf{\color{red}{Yo:-}}$$había venido

Translation In English: I had come

$$\mathbf{\color{red}{Tú:-}}$$habías venido

Translation In English: you had come

$$\mathbf{\color{red}{Ella / Él / Usted:-}}$$había venido

$$\mathbf{\color{red}{Nosotras / Nosotros:-}}$$habíamos venido

Translation In English: we had come

$$\mathbf{\color{red}{Vosotras / Vosotros:-}}$$habíais venido

Translation In English: you (plural) had come

$$\mathbf{\color{red}{Ellas / Ellos / Ustedes:-}}$$habían venido

Venir in the Indicative Future Perfect

Using the indicative future perfect of Venir, we talk about something that will happen in the future after something else has already occurred.

$$\mathbf{\color{red}{Yo:-}}$$habré venido

Translation In English: I will have come

$$\mathbf{\color{red}{Tú:-}}$$habrás venido

Translation In English: you will have come

$$\mathbf{\color{red}{Ella / Él / Usted:-}}$$habrá venido

Translation In English: she/he will have come, you (formal) will have come

$$\mathbf{\color{red}{Nosotras / Nosotros:-}}$$habremos venido

Translation In English: we will have come

$$\mathbf{\color{red}{Vosotras / Vosotros:-}}$$habréis venido

Translation In English: you (plural) will have come

$$\mathbf{\color{red}{Ellas / Ellos / Ustedes:-}}$$habrán venido

Translation In English: they will have come, you (plural formal) will have come

Venir in the Indicative Conditional Perfect

Using the Indicative Conditional Perfect of Venir, we can describe something that would have happened in the future but did not because of another activity.

$$\mathbf{\color{red}{Yo:-}}$$habría venido

Translation In English: I would have come

$$\mathbf{\color{red}{Tú:-}}$$habrías venido

Translation In English: you would have come

$$\mathbf{\color{red}{Ella / Él / Usted:-}}$$habría venido

Translation In English: she/he would have come, you (formal) would have come

$$\mathbf{\color{red}{Nosotras / Nosotros:-}}$$habríamos venido

Translation In English: we would have come

$$\mathbf{\color{red}{Vosotras / Vosotros:-}}$$habríais venido

Translation In English: you (plural) would have come

$$\mathbf{\color{red}{Ellas / Ellos / Ustedes:-}}$$habrían venido

Translation In English: they would have come, you (plural formal) would have come

Spanish Verb Venir Conjugation in Subjunctive Tenses

Venir Conjugation in the Subjunctive Present

When talking about uncertain situations or emotions like wishes, desires, or hopes, the Subjunctive Present is used. As a result of the uncertainty of the events being discussed, it differs from the indicative mood.

$$\mathbf{\color{red}{Yo:-}}$$venga

Translation In English: I come

$$\mathbf{\color{red}{Tú:-}}$$vengas

Translation In English: you come

$$\mathbf{\color{red}{Ella / Él / Usted:-}}$$venga

Translation In English: she/he come, you (formal) come

$$\mathbf{\color{red}{Nosotras / Nosotros:-}}$$vengamos

Translation In English: we come

$$\mathbf{\color{red}{Vosotras / Vosotros:-}}$$vengáis

Translation In English: you (plural) come

$$\mathbf{\color{red}{Ellas / Ellos / Ustedes:-}}$$vengan

Translation In English: they come, you (plural formal) come

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Venir Conjugation in the Subjunctive Imperfect

The Subjunctive Imperfect is used to describe unlikely or uncertain past events or to express an opinion (emotional) about them.

$$\mathbf{\color{red}{Yo:-}}$$viniera

Translation In English: I came

$$\mathbf{\color{red}{Tú:-}}$$vinieras

Translation In English: you came

$$\mathbf{\color{red}{Ella / Él / Usted:-}}$$viniera

Translation In English: she/he came, you (formal) came

$$\mathbf{\color{red}{Nosotras / Nosotros:-}}$$viniéramos

Translation In English: we came

$$\mathbf{\color{red}{Vosotras / Vosotros:-}}$$vinierais

Translation In English: you (plural) came

$$\mathbf{\color{red}{Ellas / Ellos / Ustedes:-}}$$vinieran

Translation In English: they came, you (plural formal) came

Venir Conjugation in the Subjunctive Future

Subjunctive Future is used to discuss hypothetical situations and future actions/events.

$$\mathbf{\color{red}{Yo:-}}$$viniere

Translation In English: I will come

$$\mathbf{\color{red}{Tú:-}}$$vinieres

Translation In English: you will come

$$\mathbf{\color{red}{Ella / Él / Usted:-}}$$viniere

Translation In English: she/he will come, you (formal) will come

$$\mathbf{\color{red}{Nosotras / Nosotros:-}}$$viniéremos

Translation In English: we will come

$$\mathbf{\color{red}{Vosotras / Vosotros:-}}$$viniereis

Translation In English: you (plural) will come

$$\mathbf{\color{red}{Ellas / Ellos / Ustedes:-}}$$vinieren

Translation In English: they will come, you (plural formal) will come

Venir Conjugation in the Subjunctive Present Perfect

When describing past actions or events that are still relevant to today, or when describing an action that will have taken place at a particular point in the future, the Subjunctive Present Perfect is used.

$$\mathbf{\color{red}{Yo:-}}$$haya venido

Translation In English: I have come

$$\mathbf{\color{red}{Tú:-}}$$hayas venido

Translation In English: you have come

$$\mathbf{\color{red}{Ella / Él / Usted:-}}$$haya venido

Translation In English: she/he has come, you (formal) have come

$$\mathbf{\color{red}{Nosotras / Nosotros:-}}$$hayamos venido

Translation In English: we have come

$$\mathbf{\color{red}{Vosotras / Vosotros:-}}$$hayáis venido

Translation In English: you (plural) have come

$$\mathbf{\color{red}{Ellas / Ellos / Ustedes:-}}$$hayan venido

Translation In English: they have come, you (plural formal) have come

Venir Conjugation in the Subjunctive Past Perfect

Subjunctive Past Perfect is used to describe hypothetical situations and actions/events that occurred before others.

$$\mathbf{\color{red}{Yo:-}}$$hubiera venido

Translation In English: I had come

$$\mathbf{\color{red}{Tú:-}}$$hubieras venido

Translation In English: you had come

$$\mathbf{\color{red}{Ella / Él / Usted:-}}$$hubiera venido

$$\mathbf{\color{red}{Nosotras / Nosotros:-}}$$hubiéramos venido

Translation In English: we had come

$$\mathbf{\color{red}{Vosotras / Vosotros:-}}$$hubierais venido

Translation In English: you (plural) had come

$$\mathbf{\color{red}{Ellas / Ellos / Ustedes:-}}$$hubieran venido

Venir Conjugation in the Subjunctive Future Perfect

In the subjunctive future perfect, something will have happened if a hypothetical situation occurs.

$$\mathbf{\color{red}{Yo:-}}$$hubiere venido

Translation In English: I will have come

$$\mathbf{\color{red}{Tú:-}}$$hubieres venido

Translation In English: you will have come

$$\mathbf{\color{red}{Ella / Él / Usted:-}}$$hubiere venido

Translation In English: she/he will have come, you (formal) will have come

$$\mathbf{\color{red}{Nosotras / Nosotros:-}}$$hubiéremos venido

Translation In English: we will have come

$$\mathbf{\color{red}{Vosotras / Vosotros:-}}$$hubiereis venido

Translation In English: you (plural) will have come

$$\mathbf{\color{red}{Ellas / Ellos / Ustedes:-}}$$hubieren venido

Translation In English: they will have come, you (plural formal) will have come

Spanish Verb Venir Conjugation in Imperative Tenses

Venir Conjugation in the Imperative Affirmative

Imperative Affirmatives are used to give orders and commands.

$$\mathbf{\color{red}{Tú:-}}$$ven

Translation In English: (to you) come!

$$\mathbf{\color{red}{Ella / Él / Usted:-}}$$venga

Translation In English: (to you formal) come!

$$\mathbf{\color{red}{Nosotras / Nosotros:-}}$$vengamos

Translation In English: let’s come!

$$\mathbf{\color{red}{Vosotras / Vosotros:-}}$$venid

Translation In English: (to you plural) come!

$$\mathbf{\color{red}{Ellas / Ellos / Ustedes:-}}$$vengan

Translation In English: (to you plural formal) come!

Venir Conjugation in the Imperative Negative

Imperative Negatives are used to give orders and commands, telling someone not to do something.

$$\mathbf{\color{red}{Tú:-}}$$no vengas

Translation In English: (to you) don’t come!

$$\mathbf{\color{red}{Ella / Él / Usted:-}}$$no venga

Translation In English: (to you formal) don’t come!

$$\mathbf{\color{red}{Nosotras / Nosotros:-}}$$no vengamos

Translation In English: let’s not come!

$$\mathbf{\color{red}{Vosotras / Vosotros:-}}$$no vengáis

Translation In English: (to you plural) don’t come!

$$\mathbf{\color{red}{Ellas / Ellos / Ustedes:-}}$$no vengan

Translation In English: (to you plural formal) don’t come!

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FAQs

How do you know when to use venir?

Use venir to describe the movement towards the place where you are. Use ir to talk about moving away from the place where you are.

How do you use the verb venir in Spanish?

In its most common uses, venir can be translated into English as “to come” or “to arrive”, but you will also find this verb in some other common expressions such as venir a menos (to deteriorate), venir bien (to come in handy) and venirse abajo (to collapse).

Does venir stem change?

Venir is a stem-changing verb, meaning that, as we’ll see below, in some conjugations the vowel “e” from the verb’s stem can change to “ie” or “i” when it’s part of a stressed syllable, among some other changes.

Is venir regular or irregular?

Venir is an irregular -ir verb and needs the auxiliary verb être in compound tenses.