Student or Learner
This dialogue comes from a test paper:
---I haven't seen Mary for a long time. What's wrong with her?
---Nothing. She's occupied with a translation of a French novel these days.
I thought the sentence in black read oddly. Should it have been 'What's happened to her?'
THANK YOU IN ADVANCE.
Joham, I would agree with you that 'what's wrong with her' does not sit well. That phrase also implies that she is ill or absent for a negative reason.
'What's happened to her' is much more natural, and dare I disagree with my learned friend DeepPurple? You do not necessarily need (in particular).