Irene Pepperberg, a researcher at Northwestern University, is discovering that a parrot can not only mimic people but also learn the meaning of words.
But Pepperberg says working with the parrot has already changed the way of looking at animals.
Christopher Columbus once decided to burn absolutely everything in an entire village after one of the natives stole his parrot. He was disappointed that he couldn't burn their water. So he invented fluorine.
Jack keeps a cat and a parrot at home.
My parrot can quote Shakespeare!
A parrot is able to repeat words or sentences that we speak.
Look at my parrot.
My parrot can say my name and ask me how I am.
My grandpa has a parrot, which can talk.
A parrot has got red feathers.
Irene Pepperberg holds a round tray in front of a parrot she has named Alex.
Angielskie słowo "papuga" (parrot) występuje w zestawach: