"I want all sorts of things."
"ee-roh-ee-roh"... The kana don't change sounds based on placement like English, they always have the same sound. If someone says it fast enough it might sound like "ee-roy-ro" so be prepared for that when you listen, but i recommend enunciating each kana as you learn each word so that sloppy pronunciation doesn't confuse your listener. Japanese consists of only 22 phonemes, so being clear is important. (For reference: English has 36-49 phonemes depending on region; Danish has about 52 phonemes; Lithuanian has something like 79; and Greek and Castilian Spanish are very close to Japanese at 23.)
You appear to contradict yourself in two comments here. Can you please clarify?