venir / to come

Venir (to come) is an irregular French verb.

Je viens ici chaque semaine.
I come here every week.

À quelle heure venez-vous ?
What time are you coming?

Venir is also used to create the recent past.

Il vient de finir ses devoirs.
He's just finished his homework.

Elles viennent d'arriver.
They've just arrived.

Take a look at our verb tables for Venir (to come) conjugations in all tenses and moods, with sound files.

Lessons with more detail on Venir (to come)

Conjugate venir, tenir and derivatives in Le Présent (present tense)
Conjugate venir, tenir and derivatives in Le Futur (future tense)
Conjugate venir, tenir and derivatives in Le Subjonctif Présent (subjunctive mood)
Recognising venir, tenir and derivatives in Le Passé Simple
Conjugate venir, tenir and derivatives in Le Passé Simple
Venir de + infinitive = To have just done (Le Passé Proche)
Venir de, d', du, des + country / state / region = To come/be from

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