Present subjunctive: tener, poner and venir

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Present subjunctive: tener, poner and venir

To conjugate the verbs tener, poner, and venir (to have, to put, and to come) in the present subjunctive, replace the -er or -ir  ending of the infinitive with -nga, -ngas, -nga, -ngamos, -ngáis, and -ngan:

Tal vez venga a tu casa el sábado.

I might come over to your house on Saturday.

Tener
Yo tenga
Tú tengas
Él/ella/usted tenga
Nosotros/as tengamos
Vosotros/as tengáis
Ellos/ellas/ustedes tengan
Poner
Yo ponga
Tú pongas
Él/ella/usted ponga
Nosotros/as pongamos
Vosotros/as pongáis
Ellos/ellas/ustedes pongan
Venir
Yo venga
Tú vengas
Él/ella/usted venga
Nosotros/as vengamos
Vosotros/as vengáis
Ellos/ellas/ustedes vengan


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