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

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Normal Speech: VYEH-nes

7 months ago

vienes info.

Tips to remember “vienes”:
– Associate “vienes” with the English phrase “you come” or “you’re coming”.
– Think of the word “venir” which means “to come” in Spanish. “Vienes” is the second-person singular present tense form.
– Remember that “-es” is often an ending for tĂº (informal you) in present tense regular verbs.

Other words that mean the same thing (synonyms):
– Llegas (from llegar, meaning “you arrive” or “you’re arriving”).

Conjugations of “venir”:
– Infinitive: venir (to come)
– Present: vengo (I come), vienes (you come), viene (he/she/it comes), venimos (we come), venĂ­s (you all come, Spain), vienen (they/you all come).
– Preterite: vine (I came), viniste (you came), vino (he/she/it came), vinimos (we came), vinisteis (you all came, Spain), vinieron (they/you all came).
– Imperfect: venĂ­a (I used to come), venĂ­as (you used to come), venĂ­a (he/she/it used to come), venĂ­amos (we used to come), venĂ­ais (you all used to come, Spain), venĂ­an (they/you all used to come).
– Future: vendrĂ© (I will come), vendrĂ¡s (you will come), vendrĂ¡ (he/she/it will come), vendremos (we will come), vendrĂ©is (you all will come, Spain), vendrĂ¡n (they/you all will come).
– Conditional: vendrĂ­a (I would come), vendrĂ­as (you would come), vendrĂ­a (he/she/it would come), vendrĂ­amos (we would come), vendrĂ­ais (you all would come, Spain), vendrĂ­an (they/you all would come).

Examples of sentences using “vienes”:
– ¿Vienes conmigo al cine? (Are you coming with me to the movies?)
– Si vienes a la fiesta, trae algo de comer. (If you come to the party, bring something to eat.)
– Me alegra que vienes a visitarme. (I’m glad that you’re coming to visit me.)
– ¿A quĂ© hora vienes hoy? (What time are you coming today?)

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