Japanese is comparatively flat when it comes to accenting individual words.
For example, a typical morning greeting:
In English, the accent is on the first "syllable."
(A syllable is a part of a word, like "mor" in "morning.")
" ohayou gozaimasu "
This is a Japanese morning greeting.
We pronunce this sentence without accent.
Native English speakers often accent "HA".
Like oHAyou gozaimasu.
There is no problem with that. We can understand it anyway.