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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What was Gichin's wife sick from?
(a) Gall bladder.
(b) Heart disease.
(c) Chronic asthma.
(d) Stomach infection.
2. What was deadly serious where an opponent must always be in one's mind to survive and avoid failure?
3. Mastery of one kata could take how long?
(a) 10 years.
(b) 5 years.
(c) 1 year.
(d) 5 months.
4. Despite fears of war, where did Japan remain peaceful?
(a) Kyoto and Suri.
(b) Okinawa and Kyushu.
(c) Shuri and Nua.
(d) Manchuria and Mongolia.
5. Gichin took his wife's ashes by train to where?
6. Serious Karate-do pupils were _____________ to maintain interest and training over the long term.
(a) Considerate and purposeful.
(b) Feisty and vigorous.
(c) Energetic and lively.
(d) Speedy and critical.
7. What is the Japanese word for knapsack?
8. How did Gichin eat his food in the summer?
9. The victim of a karate blow often died when?
(a) 6-7 years later.
(b) 5-10 years later.
(c) 3-5 years later.
(d) 1-2 years later.
10. Where did Gichin live with his oldest son in 1945?
11. Former students of Gichin who were unable to carry a rifle or sword were told to do what to the enemy during the war?
(a) Karate charge.
(b) Run away from them.
(c) Scalpel them.
(d) Beat them.
12. What did popular wrestlers use that could kill a man instantly?
(a) Karate chop.
(b) Tug of war.
13. Gichin was dismayed by popular press notions of what in karate?
(a) Superhuman feats of strength.
(b) Northern vertigo.
(c) Use of equipment.
14. What earthquake struck on September 1, 1923?
(c) Grand Kanto.
15. What new role had the crown prince taken on as the war commenced?
Short Answer Questions
1. What religion did Gichin's wife follow?
2. Gichin urged students to practice what in public and private daily life?
3. From where did Gichin get students?
4. In 1921, who held a demonstration of ancient Japanese martial arts?
5. What made kata similar to dance?
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