Quoting Mommy to a Queen:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Mommy of a giggler!:</b>" My first wasn't speaking well by that ... [snip!] ... and other things... its just the talking thing really. I think im going to try some different learning activities at home."
Have you had her hearing assesed? Of course kids hear us when we say "no", because how often do you need to say that quietly? lol Wouldn't hurt to get it checked, maybe she's just not hearing things properly which can make it hard to speak.
Trying reading books, pointing things out with describtion and basically bribing her to talk. Find something she wants and try to get her to say the word before you give it to her, or at least make the attempt. At first, hold the object by your mouth and say the name of it. If she looks at your mouth get excited and say "good looking!" and give it to her. Then give it to her if she starts to try and form her mouth to the word, tries to make the sounds, etc. We used small chocolates and did this to teach my son to say "more". Once he figured out that he could get things if he said words, he was more willing to say all kinds of words. Now we are trying to get him to say "need" and "want" - now that's a whole different story lol