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voy a venir
-I'm going to come
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voy a venir
-I am going to come
Informal futureyoconjugation ofvenir.

voy a venir

voy a venir
A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
1. (I'm going to move from one place to another)
a. I'm going to come
No me esperes despierta. Voy a venir tarde.Don't wait up for me. I'm going to come late.
b. I'm going to arrive
Voy a venir en tren. ¿Me puedes pasar a recoger por la estación?I'm going to arrive by train. Can you pick me up at the station?
2. (I'm going to return)
a. I'm going to come back
Voy a mi casa a bañarme. Voy a venir a las nueve.I'm going home to take a shower. I'm going to come back at nine.
b. I'm going to be back
Voy a la casa de un amigo y voy a venir con él.I'm going to my friend's house and I'm going to be back with him.
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