IR and VENIR, how are they used in spanish?

The verb IR and the verb VENIR are very similar but have different meanings in Spanish. You want to know the difference?

The verb VENIR expresses the movement of the one who comes to the place where I (the speaker) am:

Juan viene aquí (the place where I am).

The verb IRalso expresses movement, but movement from where I am to another place:

Voy a la escuela (from here, where I am, to the school, which is a different place).

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