How do you conjugate yo venir?

How do you conjugate yo venir?

You’re off the hook with the stem change in the imperfect; venir conjugates normally in this tense….Imperfect tense conjugation.

Conjugation Translation
yo venía I used to come
tú venías You (informal) used to come
él/ella/ello/uno venía He/she/one used to come

What are the endings for verb conjugations in Spanish?

Spanish Present Tense: -ar, -er and -ir verbs

Subject -ER verb endings
yo (I) -o
tú (you) -es
él/ella (he / she) -e
nosotros/as (we) -emos

Is Exponer regular or irregular in the preterite?

The Spanish verb exponer means ‘to expose’ and is an irregular Spanish ER verb.

What is the yo form of vienes?

Venir is conjugated as an irregular verb in the preterite tense….Venir Conjugation: Preterite Tense.

yo vine
viniste
él/ella vino
ns. vinimos
vs. vinisteis

What tense is Vengas?

Subjunctive mood (present, present perfect, past, and past perfect tense) Imperative mood (positive and negative commands)…1. Present Subjunctive.

Yo venga
vengas
Él, ella, usted venga
Nosotros vengamos
Ellos, ellas, ustedes vengan

How do you conjugate the Exponer?

Using the chart below you can learn how to conjugate the Spanish verb exponer in Present tense….Mode: Indicative.

Personal Pronoun Conjugation
Yo expongo
Tu expones
El/Ella expone
Nosotros exponemos

How do you conjugate venvenir?

Venir Conjugated in the Imperative Mood 1 (tu) viens -> (tu) sois venu (e) 2 (nous) venons -> (nous) soyons venu (e)s 3 (vous) venez -> (vous) soyez venu (e)s

What is the difference between Des and venir in French?

I am from Paris. Venir can be used to indicate which region/state/province/country someone is from. For the masculine ones de/d’ must be used after venir. For the feminine ones du/d’ must be placed after venir. For the plural ones, des must be placed after venir. I am from the United Kingdom.

Is there an elision between venir and Bien?

Since venir starts with a v, there will be no elision. Note, however, that the present indicative (je viens) rhymes with bien, whereas the simple past (je vins) rhymes with “vin” (actually, it’s pronounced exactly the same way).

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