Venir (to come) – Verb Tables

French Verb Conjugations

Venir is one of the most important French verbs – here’s how to conjugate it into every tense and mood.

 PresentImperfectFutureConditionalSubjunctiveImperfect subj.
vousvenezveniezviendrezviendriezveniez vinssiez
 PassĂ© composĂ©Past perfectFuture perfectPast conditionalPast subjunctivePluperfect subj.
je / j’suis venuĂ©tais venuserai venuserais venusois venufusse venu
tues venuétais venuseras venuserais venusois venufusses venu
ilest venuétait venusera venuserait venusoit venufût venu
noussommes venusétions venusserons venusserions venussoyons venusfussions venus
vousĂȘtes venu(s)Ă©tiez venu(s)serez venu(s)seriez venu(s)soyez venu(s)fussiez venu(s)
ilssont venusétaient venusseront venusseraient venussoient venusfussent venus
 PassĂ© simplePast anteriorImperativeParticiples 
jevinsfus venu (tu)viens Presentvenant
tuvinsfus venu (nous)venons Pastvenu
ilvintfut venu (vous)venez PerfectĂ©tant venu
nousvĂźnmesfĂ»mes venus Past imperative  
vousvĂźntesfĂ»tes venu(s) (tu)sois venuPast infinitive
ilsvinrentfurent venus (nous)soyons venus ĂȘtre venu
    (vous)soyez venu(s)  
Venir - French verb to come
Qui vient ce soir ? – Who’s coming tonight?
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  Venir is an irregular -ir verb and needs the auxiliary verb ĂȘtre in compound tenses.

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