Wednesday, February 10, 2010

Ven - come or see?

The Spanish word, Ven can mean either come or see.

The Spanish word for "come!" when addressing a friend, relative, child or subordinate is Ven!

Ven, ven, ven Maria te quiero ven, ven, ven!
are the lyrics of a popular Spanish song. This means,
Come, come, come Maria I love you, come, come, come!

Ven also means see, as in ellos ven, which is Spanish for they see.

Remember this useful word Ven. Which can mean "come!" or "they see".

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