What is the meaning of the "in" in these sentences?
1- There is no shame in wanting to be successful.
2- There is no advantage in working at that company
3- She realized there was no use in arguing with him.
4- Mary is wrong in saying, 'Jack is stupid'.
Can I omit the "in" or change with another preposition?
1'- There is no shame wanting to be succesful
2'- There is no advantage working at that company.
3'- She realized there was no use of arguing with him.
4'- Mary is wrong about saying, "Jack is stupid".