About "go/come for a"

It is a structure used in some fixed expressions referring to actions, mostly leisure activities. It also makes the action sound casual and probably rather short.


We need some exercise. Let's go for a walk. (Present Simple)

She is going for a run in the park. (Present Progressive)

Would you like to come for a swim with me in the pool?

Please Note:

This structure is only used with certain action-nouns.
Do not say for example such as - Come for ski with us. I'm going for a read.
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