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02 Preterite – Irregulars – venir

This video lesson covers venir (to come). Venir is of course another irregular verb in the preterite. In this video, I also mention that whenever a verb has any irregular inside of it due to a prefix, the verb follow the pattern of the irregular.
Ex: suponer, mantener, detener, prevenir, etc


Leave any questions, comments or suggestions below.

conjugation chart:

preterite venir copy

mi(s) – my
los amigos – friends
su(s) – his, her, your, their
la novia – girlfriend
la fiesta – party
nadie – no one
la clase – class
de – of, from, about
biología – biology
ayer – yesterday
a – to
el baile – dance
con – with
la casa – house

Related video(s):

  1. Preterite regular -AR verbs
  2. Preterite -AR verbs: -GAR, -CAR, -ZAR
  3. Preterite regular -ER verbs
  4. Preterite regular -IR verbs
  5. Preterite Irregulars hacer
  6. Preterite Irregulars decir
  7. Preterite Irregulars poder
  8. Preterite Irregulars querer
  9. Preterite Irregulars estar
  10. Preterite Irregulars saber
  11. Preterite Irregulars poner
  12. Preterite Irregulars tener
  13. Preterite Irregulars venir
  14. Preterite Irregulars ver & dar
  15. Preterite Irregulars traer, traducir, conducir
  16. Preterite – pedir, servir, traer
  17. Preterite Irregulars song

5 Responses

  1. The only thing tjat confuses me are he,se,te,ti&si could u make a video about how u use them that would be cool

  2. Nadie vino a la classe de biologio. Why is there “a la” in the sentence? Im guessing it would be similiar to… “to go” example…. Ellos van a la tienda….

  3. Randy,
    ‘a’ is often used in reference to motion… as in… to go to or to come to a place. In this case, “no one came TO the biology class” that’s why the “a” is needed.

    -Sr. J

  4. El ejemplo…no one came to biology class. Why was.. nadie vino a la clase de biologia, instead of…nadie vinieron a la clase de biologia?

    Isn´t nobody came to the class, the same as they all didn´t come to the class?

    Gracias por su ayudar

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