Conjugate irregular verb venir in El Futuro Simple (simple future)

Venir (to come) is irregular in El Futuro Simple. It is formed by adding these endings to the stem vendr-:

yo vendré
vendrás
él / ella / Ud. vendrá
nosotros vendremos
vosotros vendréis
ellos / ellas / Uds.   vendrán

Read and listen to these examples of venir conjugated in El Futuro Simple:

Vendré de Sevilla a medio día.
I will come from Seville at midday.

¿Vendrás a mi piso después?
Will you come to my flat later?

Miguel vendrá con toda su familia.
Miguel will come with all his family.

Vendremos con mucho equipaje.
We will come with lots of luggage.

¿Vendréis muy elegantes al evento?
Will you come dressed very elegantly to the event?

Las palomas vendrán hacia ti si tienes migas de pan.
The pigeons will come to you if you have some breadcrumbs.

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¿Vendréis muy elegantes al evento?
Will you come dressed very elegantly to the event?


Miguel vendrá con toda su familia.
Miguel will come with all his family.


Vendremos con mucho equipaje.
We will come with lots of luggage.


Vendré de Sevilla a medio día.
I will come from Seville at midday.


Las palomas vendrán hacia ti si tienes migas de pan.
The pigeons will come to you if you have some breadcrumbs.


¿Vendrás a mi piso después?
Will you come to my flat later?


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