Venir Subjunctive Tense

Convey the motion of coming or arriving with venir in the Subjunctive Tense, through dynamic resources and contextual scenarios. Come closer to mastery at our venir conjugation page and arrive at more understanding with our Spanish conjugation guide.

Verb Meaning(s): to come, to arrive

Verb Chart: Venir Subjunctive Tense

Yo

venga

(So that) I come

Nosotros

vengamos

(So that) we come

(Juana, Juan)

vengas

(So that) you come

Vosotros

(informal Spain)

vengáis

(So that) you all come

Él/Ella/Ud.

(Sra./Dr. García)

venga

(So that) he/she/you come

Ellos/Ellas/Uds.

vengan

(So that) they/you all come

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Venir Subjunctive Sentence Examples

1. Es importante que yo venga a la reunión preparado.
It’s important that I come to the meeting prepared.
2. Quiero que tú vengas a mi concierto el próximo sábado.
I want you to come to my concert next Saturday.
3. Es necesario que él venga temprano para ayudar con los preparativos.
It’s necessary that he comes early to help with the preparations.
4. Espero que ella venga a la cena de gala con nosotros.
I hope that she comes to the gala dinner with us.
5. Deseo que usted venga a la oficina mañana para discutir el proyecto.
I wish that you come to the office tomorrow to discuss the project.
6. Es bueno que nosotros vengamos juntos al evento para mostrar unidad.
It’s good that we come together to the event to show unity.
7. Os aconsejo que vengáis disfrazados a la fiesta de Halloween. (vosotros is used only in Spain)
I advise you to come dressed up to the Halloween party.
8. Quiero que ellos vengan a la reunión con ideas claras.
I want them to come to the meeting with clear ideas.
9. Es vital que ellas vengan a la manifestación para apoyar la causa.
It’s vital that they come to the demonstration to support the cause.
10. Recomiendo que ustedes vengan al taller para mejorar sus habilidades.
I recommend that you come to the workshop to improve your skills.
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