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-met- is an affix that attaches to a noun root to mean "to be in / at...".

illumettuk She is in the house.
Apvitommettugut We (3+) are in Hopedale.

When -met- follows the letter k, it softens this sound by changing it to m:

Kimatullivik shed
Kimatullivimmettut They are in the shed.

Remember to follow the law of double consonants:

sinipvik bedroom
sinipvimettuk It is in the bedroom.