Spanish often uses the present simple for future arrangements when English uses the present continuous.
Veo a Mary el viernes. I’m seeing Mary on Friday (NOT I see Mary on Friday)
Me voy a Madrid el viernes. I’m going to Madrid on Friday. (NOT I go to Madrid on Friday)
No vienen a la fiesta. They aren’t coming to the party. (NOT They don’t come to the party)
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