If 'O marks the subject, why is the subject in the English translation "tomorrow"?
It seems like the English translation should be "Saturday is tomorrow."
Perhaps it just marks an equational sentence: something is something. Aloha
Aloha e @rabelon, Yes, the equational nature conveys the same meaning when flipped around A=B or B=A. But places more emphasis on what is in the "first" position.