Scooter the CAG has been with me for nearly three years now. She usually imitates my voice now when she has anything to say, and says mostly things she's learned since she's been here. When I come in the door after being out, she'll say "Hi there, parrots!" before I get a chance to greet the birds that way. She also calls out "Hey Ralph!" when I take Ralph into the kitchen to play. Rarely will she say words she learned in her former home or speak in her previous owner's voice. But the last two mornings she's surprised me with something-- new to me, but old to her-- she's been saying "Hey, Scoot! Want some French toast?" I think that may be a subtle hint. We never have French toast here because of my egg allergy. I do make scrambled eggs and hard boiled eggs for the parrots, but I'm not so sure about the French toast.
Both parrots like regular cinnamon toast a lot, and they both understand what the word "toast" means. Scooter may think that all toast is French toast. She's certainly happy to get the cinnamon toast. I suppose what I gave them could be called Italian toast, since I made it with Italian bread. I could try the French toast-- after all, what's one more thing to make for the parrots that I can't or don't eat myself.