what do the sentence means?
I have seen the sentence "They can play tennis with you tomorrow. They're not working. " in an essay.
"They're not working." means what?
There are two explanations that I guess below.
1. According an arrangement, they will not work tomorrow.
2. The arrangement, namely that they will work tomorrow, doesn't exist.
which explanation is right?
Thanks a lot in advance.
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