Focus on the pronunciation of so-and-so
English definition of “so-and-so”
/ˈsoʊ·ənˌsoʊ/ n [C] (plural so-and-sos) infml
› (used instead of an actual name) a particular person or thing: He asked if I knew where so-and-so lives. › If you say that someone is a so-and-so, you do not have a good opinion of that person: You can't trust that so-and-so.