hayaku kyuukyuusha wo yonde kudasai. booringu no tama ni ashi ga hamatte shimaimashita.

*The reason why languages like Japanese and Spanish sound staccato is because every syllable is evenly timed. When you see vowels repeated as in “kyuukyuusha”, it means that the syllables take two beats. You might be able to notice how it sounds as if Tony says the word a bit slower. The same goes with “booringu;” it’s not “oo” as in “boot,” but rather an “o” as in “bowl” that is elongated.