While the average age for a Quaker parrot to start imitating human speech is six months, some parrots will take a lot longer. Some may never learn to speak anything but their native parrot language. Just be patient and keep talking to Aziza. Use the words and phrases you'd like her to learn often, and use them in context. Keep trying and eventually Aziza may learn to repeat some words and phrases. In the meantime, continue to appreciate all of her other good qualities and enjoy her company.
Hi and welcome Like cnyguy said every Quaker learns at their own pace and not every Quaker talks. Casey was very early. My daughter was anxious to hear him talk. We she covered his cage at night she made a game of it and lifted up the side saying where’s Casey and peekaboo when she saw him. He must have thought that was fun and it didn’t take long for him to reply by himself with peekaboo. Eventually he learned to say where is Casey too. We’ve tried to teach him specific words but he just comes out with words he likes. They are always in context he’s fourteen sbd still coming up with new words occasionally. It is a long process