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Stem with only one element
The stem of a verb like ᐊᐴ apuu s/he sits cannot be broken down into smaller units in which we could identify another stem. Such a stem is called a primary (simple) verb stem with only one element.
In this example, the stem is apu, followed by the third person ending (or inflection) -u.