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    #1

    save (on, for), spend (for, on)

    Hi fellas.
    can anyone clarify me on the difference between verbs with using a preposition:


    spend on and spend for

    and separately the difference between verbs:

    save for and save on

    Can you use an examples?

    Thanks a lot


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    #2

    Re: save (on, for), spend (for, on)

    Perhaps you should try using these in sentences, so we see the context. Then it is easier for someone to explain the differences.

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