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Spanish language Venir - To Come - Spanish Verb

Venir - to come or to happen - is a common irregular Spanish verb.

yo vengo    nosotros  venimos
vienes vosotros venís
él, ella, Ud. viene ellos, ellas, Uds. vienen
        
Venir is used just like its English equivalent "to come":
  
Él viene a las dos.    He's coming at two.
Venimos de Perú. We come from (we're from) Peru.
Una idea me viene. An idea is coming to me.
  
Venir can also mean to happen or occur.
  
Me vienen muchas desgracias. A lot of mishaps happen to me/I have a lot of mishaps.
¿Qué viene después? What happens next?
    
Venir can also be the helping verb for the Spanish present progressive in order to mean "to have been doing."
¿Qué vienes diciendo?  What have you been doing?
Vengo estudiando.  I've been studying.
  

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