This was a good sentence for practice.
How would you say this in more natural speech? Omit the second 'running'?
You could say "I don't like running there but here" but it's a bit unnatural. Better English with the same meaning would be "I don't like running there; I prefer it here".
(1) لَكِنْ أُحِبُّ الجَري هُنا -- أو (2) لَكِنِّي أُحِبُّ الجري هُنا -- أو (3) لَكِنَّنِي أُحِبُّ الجري هُنا.