|Whenever s/he sleeps, s/he dreams.
|Whenever s/he is sick, s/he cries.
These forms are used to say that something happens at the same time as something else, whenever it happens.
Initial change is required on these verbs when there is no preverb. For example, the dictionary form of ᓈᐹᒡᐦ naapaachh is ᓂᐹᐤ nipaau. The vowel of the first syllable i was changed to aa.