They use job descriptions and person specifications.
What this sentence means and whether it's logical is beyond the point.
My question is the following: What happens to the stress in the word 'specifications'? Does it move back to the front of the word?
'PErson(noun) 'specifiˌcations (longer noun)
'PErson(noun) ˌspecifi'cations (longer noun)
'person(noun) 'SPEcifiˌcations (longer noun)
I'm talking about the phrase 'person specifications' employed in a coherent sentence where I'm providing new information to the speaker without any emphasis on any specific words. Which one is the correct version? I wouldn't mind some link or screenshot to back up your claims, but if it can't be provided, then by all means tell me what's your take on this.