Spiro: Hey, watch out!
Nancy: Oh, I’m sorry. I didn’t see you there. I thought I would be the only person up at the crack of dawn. What are you doing sitting on the stoop at this ungodly hour?
Spiro: I’m trying to turn over a new leaf.
Nancy: What do you mean?
Spiro: I'm in the habit of staying up until all hours of the night. I hardly ever get enough sleep and walk around all day sleep-deprived. I’m trying to see if I can make the switch from being a night owl to an early riser. I’m hoping the new hours will make me a changed man.
Nancy: That sounds very commendable, but that still doesn’t answer my question. What are you doing sitting out here?
Spiro: I’m waiting for the coffee shop to open.
Nancy: Can you eat breakfast this early in the morning?
Spiro: No, but I can drink coffee, lots and lots of coffee.
Nancy: You’ll definitely be the first one in line.
Spiro: I guess what they say is true: the early bird gets the worm.
Nancy: I don’t know about worms, but the early bird will definitely get the first dose of caffeine!
1.in line 协调；有秩序
Well, you have to wait in line like everyone else.
2.sit out 坐在户外；袖手旁观
He and your mummy used to sit out on this porch.
3.staying up 熬夜
My daughter staying up so late worried me.
4.the early bird gets the worm 早起的鸟儿有虫吃
Remember that the early bird gets the worm.