"Even more rare to hear good on stage patter sustained in pace, the rhythm clear, clear on diction, pronunciation and for transmission of thought. Patter we do not clear out and oiled, heavy, confused. This is not a tongue-twister, and hanging out, spitting or spilling words. Patter need to develop in a very slow, overly clear speech. From long and frequent repetition of the same words in the speech apparatus patter is adjusted so that learns to do the same work in the fastest pace. It requires constant practice, and you need them to do, as stage speech can not do without tongue twisters. " KS Stanislavsky.