I read this in American accent book:
"Place full stress on an adjective if it's not followed by a noun. If it is followed by a noun, stress the noun more."
For example I have this phrase: Have a good time. [hæ_və gʊd taɪm]
The context is something like this:
- I'm going to the party.
- Okay. Have a good time.
I would like to know when a native speaker pronounce the phrase above, does it really put the stress on the noun? I imagine the stress pattern to be something like this.
ˌHave a good ˈtime (low stress on have, higher stress on time) or
ˌHave a ˌgood ˈtime (low stress on have and good, higher stress on time)
Any suggestion would be appreciated. Thank you!