The AM ÙÂ¿Õ vayyi can occur with other aspect markers, but ÙÂ¿Õ vayyi always immediately follows the main verb, with other AMs following ÙÂ¿Õ vayyi. It is used only with TRANSITIVE verbs. The idea underlying the use of ÙÂ¿Õ vayyi is that the action of the main verb is done with the intent of its having some `future benefit' or `future utility'. Ordinary tense forms may be affixed to ÙÂ¿Õ vayyi so that ÙÂ¿Õ vayyi does not replace tense markers, i.e., ÙÂ¿Õ vayyi is not a substitute for future tense, for example, ÙÂ¿Õ vayyi as an AM is translated in English in many different ways, but one common way is verb + `up', e.g. stock up, buy up, lay up, do in advance, in reserve, etc.
That is, we can get the following contrasts: