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Venir Imperfect Tense

Delve into the Spanish Imperfect Tense with the dynamic verb venir. Our comprehensive page includes an extensive verb chart, interactive conjugation activities, and captivating verb games. Learn how venir is used in everyday language through a variety of sentences. To expand your verb knowledge, visit our Spanish conjugation page. Embark on your venir conjugation journey now!

Verb Meaning(s): to come

Verb Chart: Venir Imperfect Tense



I came (weekly)
I used to come
I was coming



we came (on Thursdays)
we used to come
we were coming

(Juana, Juan)


you came (daily)
you used to come
you were coming


(informal Spain)


you all came (frequently)
you all used to come
you all were coming


(Sra./Dr. García)


he/she/you came (sometimes)
he/she/you used to come
he/she/you were coming



they/you (all almost never) came
they/you all used to come
they/you all were coming

Venir Imperfect Tense Practice

Multiple Choice Game

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Conjugation Practice

Imperfect Tense

Venir Imperfect Sentence Examples

1.Yo venía a casa después de la escuela.
I used to come home after school.
2.¿Tú venías a las fiestas de cumpleaños siempre?
Did you always come to birthday parties?
3.Nosotros veníamos al parque todos los sábados.
We used to come to the park every Saturday.
4.Ella venía a las reuniones de la clase.
She used to come to class meetings.
5.¿Venían ellos a la biblioteca para estudiar?
Did they come to the library to study?
6.Ustedes venían al cine los viernes por la noche.
You all used to come to the cinema on Friday nights.
7.Él venía al entrenamiento de fútbol temprano.
He used to come early to soccer training.
8.¿Veníamos nosotros a la playa cada verano?
Did we come to the beach every summer?
9.Usted venía a las conferencias internacionales.
You used to come to international conferences.
10.¿Veníais vosotros al club de ajedrez los jueves?
Did you (plural, Spain) come to the chess club on Thursdays?