Sentence examples of "se venir" in French with translation "come"

Translations: all9 come9
Venez-vous à ma fête ? Are you coming to my party?
Quand venez-vous à la maison ? When are you coming home?
Venez-vous d'Autriche ou d'Australie ? Do you come from Austria or Australia?
Pourquoi ne venez-vous pas danser avec moi ? Why don't you come dancing with me?
Si vous ne faites rien plus tard, pourquoi ne venez-vous pas prendre une tasse de café ? If you guys aren't doing anything later, why don't you come over for a cup of coffee?
Il se peut qu'elle vienne. She might come.
Il se peut qu'il vienne demain. He might come tomorrow.
Il se peut qu'il vienne nous voir ce soir. He may come and see us tonight.
Je n'en suis pas certain, mais il se pourrait qu'il vienne. I'm not sure, but he might come.
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