adjective or noun

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feborio

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

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

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Aligor

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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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