Decide what you want your parrot to say, but make it basic.,
If you want, you can make it say simple but funny things.,
You should go to a nice and quiet room.,
To start teaching it, repeat what you want it to say many times.,
If you DO get your parrot to say it correctly, then you’ve succeeded!
Greetings like “Hello” or “Good morning” are examples. Don’t train it to say long sentences. For example: “I like ice cream and I want the ice cream truck to come over to my house so we can buy some.” It might be too confusing.;
, You can make it compliment you–“(Insert Name Here) is awesome.”
, Close the door so nobody comes in to disturb, or else the parrot will be confused about background noises.
, Speak a little bit slowly first. But don’t feel frustrated if your parrot won’t say it right. Don’t shout at your parrot. It might take some time. You can continue training it the next day or you can just keep trying.
, Reward your parrot for all its hard work.