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    adjective or noun

    Can you please tell
    me which one of the two sentences below is correct and give me the explanation of the grammar?


    the yesterday's meeting
    the yesterday meeting
    the meeting of yesterday


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    Re: adjective or noun

    All your 3 phrases are correct.

    "the yesterday's meeting" and "the yesterday meeting" are interchangeable, in the first phrase "yesterday" is a possessive noun, and in the second one "yesterday" is a noun used as adjective.

    The "meeting of yesterday" is more formal than the other two.

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