Select the best answer for the question. 1. Suppose you're writing a letter and you recall a word you'd like to use, but you don't know how it's spelled. If you wanted to look up the word in a dictionary, you should use any of the following techniques except A. using the first letter of the word and searching through all the entries under that letter. B. looking up the word as you think it's spelled. C. writing the word the way you think it's spelled to jog your recall. D. looking up a related word that you can spell in search of clues.
D looking up a related word is just wasting time