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There's nothing wrong in it
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There's nothing wrong about it

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    Normally we'd say "there's nothing wrong with it".
    On the other hand, we say "There's nothing unusual about it."

     

    Like most things, it depends on the context.

    There's nothing wrong about asking questions on italki.

    There's nothing wrong with asking questions on italki.

    There's nothing wrong in asking questions on italki.

    are both acceptable. I think the first one is more common.

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