A: Hey, Tom, want to go for a run?
B: No, thanks. I like to run in the morning. I ran a couple of miles when I woke up today.
A: I try to do that, but I can't get up early enough.
B: I couldn't either at first, but you get used to it.
A: It's so hot at lunchtime. I'd rather run in the morning.
B: Well, why don't you come tomorrow? I'll stop by your house on my way out.
A: I could try, but I can't say for sure if I'll get up in time. What time do you want to go?
B: I'll give you a call around 6 and stop by around 6:30.
A: Okay, maybe if I have someone to go with, I'll be able to get up in time for a jog.
B: Great, I'll see you then.
A: See you.
go for a run/jog/walk
I go jogging every morning.
like to do
I like to have a cup of coffee every morning.
What time do you usually wake up in the morning?
I wake up at six every morning.
Wake up! It's already 8 o'clock! You're going to be late for school.
He can't go and I can't either.
I can't play chess, she can't either.
He didn't know it. I didn't know it either.
get used to
I still can't get used to the weather here.
I just couldn't get used to living in a big city.
Life is not fair, get used to it.
I'd rather stay at home and do the work.
I'd rather use up my money than save them in the bank.
I have to stop by a friend's home to pick up a book on my way here.
Could you stop by for breadthe store on the way home?
I can't say for sure...
I can't say for sure if he'll come.
I think he'll come back on Monday, but I can't say for sure.