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Hi. Can you explain to me how the part underlined could (should?) be a subordinate clause? I think I don't see a verb but I think I see a noun, 'yesterday.'

I was staying with my friend since yesterday.
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Hi,
Can you explain to me how the part underlined could (should?) be a subordinate clause? I think I don't see a verb but I think I see a noun, 'yesterday.'

I was staying with my friend since yesterday.

It's not a clause. It has no subject or verb. It's a phrase.

Best wishes, Clive
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Thank you. Is the underlined part a phrase?

He will go home after eating his meal.
I think it is adverb clause.
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