Can Parakeets Talk?

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Parakeets can speak if they have been properly trained. However, it is important to note that they will note have a conversation with you. They will also not have a strong voice like that of a parrot.
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Parakeets- or any other bird- cannot talk, but can mimic the sounds of human speech. We say that they can't talk because they have no real comprehension of the meaning behind the sounds that they making.
Yes, parakeets can learn many different words and phrases. It is easier to teach a parakeet to talk when you only have one bird in the house as they will bond with your faster.
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Parakeets learn to talk by repetition. If you want to teach your parakeet to talk just repeat the same words and phrases around it and it will eventually pick talking up. For more
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1 Have more than one parakeet. Parakeets can develop their ability to speak by talking to other birds, so it's a good idea for you to have two or three birds. If you can't have that
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You have to patiently repeat the word or phrase to the bird when it is in a calm and quiet state. It helps to do this at nighttime, with a cloth draped over the cage. This helps the
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