Well, this is as much a test of English than of French! In fact, it looks like an exercise to teach French-speaking people how English uses modal verbs rather than one to teach English speakers to use French. An interesting exercise if you're planning to become an EFL teacher, but otherwise a bit confusing. Quand même...
1. When we say 'won't' in this sense in English, we mean 'refuse to', so "Elle ne veut pas..." ( She doesn't want to) would be the most obvious translation.
2. When we use 'would' in this sense in English, it's to refer to a habit in the past. This equates to the past continuous in French. To spend is 'passer', so you'd say "Elle passait des heures..".
3. This is a combination of the two modal uses above - a habitual refusal to do anything, set in the past. I'd go for the past continuous again and say 'Il ne faisait rien".
This really isn't a suitable exercise for a beginner, if you don't mind my saying. If this is an exercise that a teacher has given you, you might want to think about changing teachers.