The verbs tener and venir in the present tense

The verbs tener (to have) and venir (to come) are irregular and are conjugated like this in the present tense:

Tener en
Yo tengo
Tú tienes
Él/ella/usted tiene
Nosotros/as tenemos
Vosotros/as tenéis
Ellos/ellas/ustedes tienen
Venir en
Yo vengo
Tú vienes
Él/ella/usted viene
Nosotros/as venimos
Vosotros/as venís
Ellos/ellas/ustedes vienen

Tengo 106 años.

I'm 106 years old.

Tengo dos entradas para la ópera, ¿vienes conmigo?

I have two tickets for the opera, are you coming with me?

Note: verbs ending in -tener (obtener, mantener, etc.) and -venir (convenir, prevenir, etc.) share this irregularity.

Still facing difficulties with 'The verbs tener and venir in the present tense'? Learn and enhance your Spanish grammar through our online Spanish course. Start with a free test and improve today!

What our users say:



I enjoy doing my online Spanish lessons. Only ten minutes daily are enough...Thank you!



I love your innovative method which allows me to learn a new language and have fun at the same time!



Your method is unique! Your courses have helped me to progress and gain confidence during my travels.



Gymglish has allowed me to improve my Spanish. A daily routine I wouldn't miss for anything in the world!

More testimonials.

Improve your Spanish further and test Hotel Borbollón, online Spanish lessons.