So, I've got a 4-month old turquoise male who can currently say "pretty bird" and "come here" (and is always chattering away!) I know that birds' "talking" is just them mimicking noises they hear from us, but I was wondering if they possibly understand any of it based on the context that we use it in? For example, I say "come here" and Echo flies over to me, he (seems to) recognize that as something as a term that means he should come to me. When I am holding him, if I stop petting him, he'll repeatedly say "Come here!" and nibble on my fingers til I start petting him again. Is that just a coincidence, or does anyone know if they actually do understand a bit of what they're saying in context? Thanks for any input!