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When either Thai or transcribed (Romanized) Thai is sorted alphabetically, words that sound very much alike usually end up far apart. maay and may are thrown to opposite ends of the letter m entries, even though mistaking one for the other causes problems for both foreign students who cannot speak clearly, and Thais who can't spell. This paper explains how and why the difficulty occurs, and shows why both Thai and transcription are inherently difficult to sort by sound. It introduces a methoddblp:conf/paclic/Cooper95 fatcat:a2h7zgoqnbevtj57mu4xqki64q