"Parvenir" goes with être and "Convenir" goes with avoir (unlike venir) in Passé composé?? Same goes for "Survenir" (goes with être) and "Subvenir" (goes with avoir). Where can I find all such cases of Venir??? The list given on Kwiziq does not have these verbs - https://progress.lawlessfrench.com/revision/grammar/verbs. Please help.
Take a look at my answer here: The cases of "parvenir" and "convenir"
I hope this is helpful.
Bonne journée !
There are any number of verb conjugation tables available online - couple of links below.
Trying to learn long lists of verbs and exceptions is difficult - better to learn in context as you encounter them.
Learning nouns with their articles, verbs with their auxiliary in meaningful language is more effective in the long run.
All the examples that you quote can be viewed here:-
Simply enter each version in turn to view the conjugations.
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