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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. This book covers the period of the life of the author from 1868 to what?
2. What is used in progressive training for nukite?
(a) Full casks of tea, sand, granite, and finally water pellets.
(b) Full casks of beans, sand, pebbles and finally lead pellets.
(c) Full casks of beans, sand, pebbles, and finally stone pellets.
(d) Full casks of tea, sand, granite, and finally lead pellets.
3. What did Gichin cut off that made his father angry?
4. Who were two admirals that supported martial arts in 1921?
(a) Maitri and Ogawa.
(b) Yashiro and Dewa.
(c) Ogawa and Shuri.
(d) Gichin and Maitri.
5. At Gichin's school, the commissioner watched what kind of demonstration?
(c) Tug of war.
6. Where did Gichin die?
7. What did Gichin practice with Azato secretly?
(d) Kung fu.
8. Who were classified in four teaching groups as elementary classes, higher grades, special courses and assistants?
(a) Secondary school instructors.
(b) Quarterly school instructors.
(c) Tertiary school instructors.
(d) Primary school instructors.
9. Who started the Okinawa Association for Spirit of the Martial Arts?
10. Who praised Gichin for understanding the true spirit of karate?
11. Gichin's school was visited by who?
12. Karate became a part of what education in schools and colleges in Japan?
(a) Life sciences.
(b) Physical education.
(c) Military training.
13. Where did the Meiji Restoration begin?
14. Who did Gichin also train with in addition to Azato?
15. Matsumura entered a shop of an engraver located where?
Short Answer Questions
1. What was a small kingdom with no weapons that Napoleon commented on?
2. At what age did Gichin become a teacher?
3. Why was Matsumura pale and dejected when he entered the engraver's shop?
4. The goal of karate and all the martial arts was what?
5. What were warrior's hands called?
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