Something tells me that I'll never use this sentence, but good to know!
How do I say Blue Norwegian Parrot?
Sininen norjalainen papukaija
You have a blue parrot. Why not accepted?
Because it says parakeet, not parrot. Just a guess, though.
How many parakeets are in Finland
Wouldn't "Sinulla on" mean "You have is?", or can "on" also mean "a"
No; Sinulla on litterally means "Next to you there is". You express possession in Finnish on the presente tense like that: adessive of the owner + on. The adessive of sinä is sinulla.
Its a budgie as we say here in the UK so they come blue and can be kept as pets.
I CAN'T SPELL THAT
ian't parrot and parakeet one thing?