Venir (to come) conjugation in French: Chart and examples
Bonjour! Today we are going to study the conjugation of the verb “venir” in French. “Venir” means “to come” in English.
It is a regular verb of the first conjugation and it is an irregular verb in French.
Let’s look at the conjugation table of “venir” together:
- Je viens de France. (I come from France.)
- Tu viens tous les jours. (You come every day.)
- Il vient avec nous. (He is coming with us.)
- Nous venons de manger. (We have just eaten.)
- Vous venez souvent ici. (You often come here.)
- Ils viennent de finir leur travail. (They have just finished their work.)
In conclusion, the conjugation of the verb “venir” is very important to speak French correctly.
Don’t forget to practice the conjugation of “venir” with complete sentences to improve your French.