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It’s true, but it will come as no surprise to many people who know any other English language language or any other non Western ones, who just know that they have a long way to go when it comes to understanding the English language, especially when it comes to communicating or understanding others.

There are three main reasons for the English language being called Horse. They are:

HORSE WAS CREATED FIRST!

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HORSE IS FOUND IN THE FIRST POSSIBLE PLACE. HORSE MAY NOT BE A REAL BEAST BUT IS A FACTUAL MUTATION.

The third reason comes from the fact that, according to Shakespeare, Hamlet was the first to call himself a ‘horse’. It may come as no surprise that, if we are to take a realistic look at Shakespeare’s plays and performances, we will find him to being the first to call all his characters a ‘horse’.

We find in Hamlet the first appearance of Hamlet as a character called ‘Horse’. The name appears first in the play and appears again in the play’s last scene.

It was in fact the first appearance of the name ‘Horse’ in all the plays in the ‘Hamlet’ series of play and performances written between 1604 and 1644.

A good place to start if you want to study more in the whole history behind the name’s introduction to English language is at: http://www.bristol.ac.uk/English/english.html

THE NAME HORSEMAN IS MESSAGE

In 1566, a young English lady, called Elizabeth Spelman, wrote a letter to the king inquiring for some information on ‘the manner of creating the Horse of the world.’ She asked the ‘King of England’ to be sure to consult him on questions concerning horse’s, to ‘keep the name of his horse’, and to ‘keep his name for God and his country.’

Elizabeth Spelman went as far as saying that she wanted ‘a name to my horse’ so that she could ‘never forget my love to him. I pray God that you be pleased to write me the name I desire.’

Elizabeth Spelman is commonly referred to as Elizabeth Spelman of Spelton, England, who wrote ‘The Horse of the World’ and asked, and received, a letter from King Henry VIII, the Queen of England, saying, that he would be pleased to name her ‘the

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