Is the use of 'get harmed' natural in everyday English?
I hope the children don't get harmed in that silly game.
I am particularly curious as to the first example in frazeit.com
Mr. TomIs the use of 'get harmed' natural in everyday English?
No. This is the first time I've ever seen it. For me, it's "be harmed".
No. It is people trying to find what they think is a more elegant way to say "get hurt", but it isn't. It just sounds awkward. There are contexts where it is suitable, I guess, but I'd have to judge on a case-by-case basis.