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Emotional NuancePlay
Recognize that 'harm' isn't just physical. It can describe emotional pain too. SlideBullying at school can harm a child's self-esteem.
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Abstract UsePlay
'Harm' is also used for things that aren't alive, like an organization or plan. SlideThe scandal could harm the company’s reputation.
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Severity VariesPlay
The extent of 'harm' can vary greatly, from minor to extreme. SlideA small lie might not harm trust as much as a big one.