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Spend time and money [in/on/at/for] physical activities

To be clear, the differences are fine gradations of meaning, and your question is not easy to answer. Many times in English, efforts and expenditures are "spent on" the object of the verb, ...
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Spend time and money [in/on/at/for] physical activities

There certainly are "rules" - or at least principles. You spend money in a shop if you're buying a packet of sweets that the shop sells. You spend money on a shop if you're buying the actual ...
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