Conjugate venir in El Condicional Simple (conditional)

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

yo vendría
vendrías
él / ella / Ud. vendría
nosotros / nosotras   vendríamos
vosotros / vosotras vendríais
ellos / ellas / Uds. vendrían

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

Yo vendría al partido de baloncesto.I would come to the basketball match.

vendrías a la bolera con nosotros.You would come to the bowling alley with us.

Mi vecino vendría a Bilbao todos los días.My neighbour would come to Bilbao every day.

Nosotros vendríamos siempre a nuestra ciudad.We would always come to our city.

Vosotros vendríais desde Santander.You would come from Santander.

Tus profesores de idiomas vendrían de la universidad de Oxford.Your language teachers would come from Oxford university.

¿Ustedes vendrían disfrazados de payasos?Would you come dressed as clowns?

Note that derivatives of verb venir follow the same conjugation. Some of the most common derivatives are:

  • Intervenir (to intervene)
  • Provenir (to come from)
  • Prevenir (to prevent)
  • Convenir (to be advisable)

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Nosotros vendríamos siempre a nuestra ciudad.We would always come to our city.
Yo vendría al partido de baloncesto.I would come to the basketball match.
Tus profesores de idiomas vendrían de la universidad de Oxford.Your language teachers would come from Oxford university.
Vosotros vendríais desde Santander.You would come from Santander.
Mi vecino vendría a Bilbao todos los días.My neighbour would come to Bilbao every day.
¿Ustedes vendrían disfrazados de payasos?Would you come dressed as clowns?
vendrías a la bolera con nosotros.You would come to the bowling alley with us.
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