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Come in Spanish 🇪🇸

in English in Spanish S
come ven
How to say “come” in Spanish? “Ven”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “ven” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on come in Spanish like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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Vin Diesel has ten weapons, eh!
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7 months ago

ven info.

Tips to remember the word “ven”:
– Associate the word “ven” with the English word “come” as they both have a similar meaning.
– Visualize someone inviting you to come somewhere and saying “Ven aquí” (Come here) to help remember the word.

– “Ven” is the imperative form of the verb “venir,” which means “to come” in Spanish.
– It is used to give a direct command or instruction to someone to come.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– Acércate: Approach
– Llega: Arrive
– Pasa: Come in, enter

Conjugations of “venir” (infinitive form):
– Present tense: yo vengo (I come), tú vienes (you come), él/ella/usted viene (he/she/you come), nosotros/as venimos (we come), vosotros/as venís (you all come), ellos/ellas/ustedes vienen (they/you all come)
– Preterite tense: yo vine (I came), tú viniste (you came), él/ella/usted vino (he/she/you came), nosotros/as vinimos (we came), vosotros/as vinisteis (you all came), ellos/ellas/ustedes vinieron (they/you all came)
– Future tense: yo vendré (I will come), tú vendrás (you will come), él/ella/usted vendrá (he/she/you will come), nosotros/as vendremos (we will come), vosotros/as vendréis (you all will come), ellos/ellas/ustedes vendrán (they/you all will come)

Examples of sentences using “ven” (imperative form):
– Ven aquí. (Come here.)
– ¡Ven a la fiesta con nosotros! (Come to the party with us!)
– Ven ya, estamos esperando por ti. (Come now, we’re waiting for you.)
– Ven sin falta a la reunión de mañana. (Come to the meeting tomorrow without fail.)

(Note: These examples may not necessarily reflect an English-to-Spanish translation of the exact phrases, but rather the usage context and meaning.)

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