French Grammar Explained /

I come from France. <--> I have just worked.

Do you remember how to answer the question tu viens d'où ? in French?
Sure! Je viens des États-Unis.
Parfait ! And did you know that you can also use the verb venir with the preposition de for another situation?
No, but I feel like you're going to tell me.
Tu as raison...
Venir de can be used with an infinitive to express a recent action in the past:
Je viens de finir mon livre.
I have just finished my book.
Vous venez de manger le gâteau.
You (plural/formal) have just eaten the cake.
Oh okay... That seems easy!
I'm glad you think so.
Can I say, je viens des États-Unis et je viens de manger un hamburger?
Bien sûr! You can use both forms of venir in the same sentence if you'd like. Just remember that one expresses the origin (with a country or a city), and the other expresses a recent event in the past!
Remember the conjugation of the verb venir:
je
viens
tu
viens
il/elle/on
vient
nous
venons
vous
venez
ils/elles
viennent