Source : Yahoo AnswersQuestion : I have a budgie want to know about plants?

I have a 8 year old budgie likes to play around alot I always wanted to get some plants and flowers but I wasn’t sure which ones was ok and which ones would be bad for him. Any help and advice would be great Ty
I want plants and flowers for the house not for the bird. I just want to make sure that the flowers or plants I get will be safe for him
The both of u said the same thing that isn’t the answer I am looking for

Answer by Christian
They eat millets. Just grab some bird seeds and start growing them. The plants should shoot up in a week. If you wait long enough, they will even grow the seeds for your bird to pick from.

Answer by Patrick
They like to eat millets. Just grab some bird seeds and start growing them. The plants should shoot up in a week. If you wait long enough, they will even grow the seeds for your bird to pick from

Answer by Anya
Aloe Vera are safe plants. I have a big pot growing in my room, and my budgies LOVE to climb through the branches and to nibble on the little spikes. My birds have never gotten hurt from the spikes, so it should be OK. The plant is relatively cheap, and is also very useful. Break off a piece, cut it open lengthwise, and smear the juice on a cut or scrape. It helps things like that heal quickly.

African violets are the easiest care (in my opinion) flowering plants, and they are very beautiful. I wouldn’t let the birds climb on it though, because it’ll ruin the pretty flowers and leaves. But it’s safe to have in the house.

Hens and Chicks are lovely little plants that look like thick, green, ground-growing roses. Buy them from a flower shop (potted plant) so that you don’t get any disease or bugs by collecting from the outdoors.

Weeping willow and pussy willow branches are ok to let your bird climb on and to hop around. Just make sure they have never been sprayed with pesticides and such because it could kill the bird! Rinse off each branch (carefully) with hot water before giving it to your bird. Pull off the “fuzzies” on pussy willows, and remove the leaves from weeping willow before allowing your bird near it.
These plants are actually all safe for your bird….
ALOE
AFRICAN VIOLET
BABY’S TEARS
BAMBOO
BEGONIA
BOSTON FERN
BOUGAINVILLEA
CHICKWEED
CHRISTMAS CACTUS
CISSUS (KANGAROO
VINE)
COLEUS
CORN PLANT
CRABAPPLE
DANDELION
DOGWOOD
DONKEY TAIL
DRACAENA VARIETIES
FERNS: (BIRD’S NEST,
BOSTON, MAIDENHAIR)
FIGS: (CREEPING,
RUBBER,
FIDDLE LEAF, LAUREL
LEAF)
GARDENIA
GRAPE IVY
HEN AND CHICKENS
IMPATIENS
JADE PLANT
KALANCHOE
MAGNOLIA
MARIGOLDS
MONKEY PLANT
MOTHER-IN-LAW
NASTURTIUM
NATAL PLUM
NORFOLK ISLAND PINE
ORCHIDS
PALMS: (ARECA, DATE,
FAN, LADY, PARLOUR,
HOWEIA, KENTIA,
PHOWNIX)
PEPPEROMIA
PETUNIA
PITTOSPORUM
PRAYER PLANT
PURPLE PASSION
ROSE
RUBBER PLANT
SENSITIVE PLANT
SNAKE PLANT
SPIDER PLANT
SWEDISH IVY
THISTLE
VELVET NETTLE
WANDERING JEW
WAX PLANT
WHITE CLOVER
YUCCA
ZEBRA PLANT
ZINNIA

Also make sure to read this website if you aren’t sure about a plant. It has lists of toxic and nontoxic plants. And before giving any non-birdseed food to the budgie, check online to see if it is safe!!
GOOD LUCK with your budgie! Make sure that he has fun, and don’t scare him!
(From Angel and Sky the budgies)

Source : Yahoo AnswersQuestion : i want to move to paris france but before i do i want to learn french?

where do i go or were can i learn the language?

Answer by Thomas C
You can try and get private tuition if you wanted. Or you could buy the language Cd’s/books that are available.

Books – http://www.amazon.co.uk/s/ref=nb_ss_b?url=search-alias%3Dstripbooks&field-keywords=French+language&x=0&y=0

Cd’s – http://www.amazon.co.uk/s/qid=1248558251/ref=a9_sc_1?ie=UTF8&search-alias=stripbooks&field-keywords=french%20language%20cd

Hope it helps =]

Answer by funfunplatypus
You definitely want to learn the language. Most shop clerks get annoyed by english (know this from experience, been to paris) and french people aren’t real friendly to americans. (although, can you blame them?) This doesn’t apply to everyone, but MOST.
My brother has found Rosetta Stone helpful for spanish, and the french will probably be just as good.

Answer by dkartuzinski
Hi. I happen to be French but I’ve lived in the US since I was five and I just turned 35 yesterday! I go back to France regularly and I do speak French.

I have taught people the basics in French Speaking and found that the Berlitz Course is the most useful. The reason I found it to be useful is because it teaches the language the way a child learns a language. Not by grammar rules but by things and actions. If you can say “Where restaurant” in French, it might be barbaric but you’ll get understanding.

If you are going to move there it will help to get some French under your belt but you won’t learn it until you are forced to speak it regularly.

I would purchase two or three movies in French for children or young adults. I would watch these over and over again. At the same time I would get some CDs from Berlitz. Rosetta, as someone else recommended, teaches a business persons’ and tourists language. Probably helpful but you will excel in the language if you get the underlying sentence structures first.

I have learned Spanish and Russian in the way I am describing and of course speak French and English. So that’s my advice.

Other things I have done to help me learn the languages are:

1. Bought Children books and then later young adult books and actual wrote out each word and said them out loud.
2. For Russian, I made flash cards out of index cards to learn the alphabet. I still owns those!
3. Buy yourself a kids dictionary in French. And look up the words you don’t understand and practice making sentences with each of the definitions.
4. Nowadays online and on the Casio they have phrase translations. Yahoo has Babel and Google has igoogle. Use them. Think of what you might want to ask someone and get it translated.
4a. Purchasing the Casio hand held or downloading the app for your iphone or palm or blackberry will also be helpful once you arrive but you don’t need this for now.

Remember, only until you actually start conversing will you have all the pieces start making sense. My girlfriend went to college abroad to Lyon for 8 months. She had taken 3 years of french in College but couldn’t speak a word. Read yes, but speak nothing. After 3-4 months she was doing great and could get around without a problem.

I hope this was helpful.

-DK

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