As in English, auxiliary verbs in Spanish are an important way of expanding meanings of the verbs you use every day.
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Usually, it is fairly easy to see the connection in meaning between words that share the same stem but have different prefixes. For example, both predecir (to predict) and contradecir (contradict) have to do with saying something, and both convivir and pervivir (to live longer than expected) have to do with living.
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And in some regions, that's not all. In Spanish, it is common for the consonants to be softer than they are in English, and sometimes they can become so silent as to be unnoticeable. Such is the case with the s and, as one Spanish student learned, even the g.