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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What is the rhythm of the single feint?
2. Lee says that the tools of Jeet Kune Do are at the center of an undefined circle whose circumference allows _____.
(a) One to spiral out of control.
(b) Continuous expansion outward.
(c) One to find peace within.
(d) A series of circles to become one.
3. What does Lee claim is a denial of one's being?
4. Even the desire to _____, Lee says, is an attachment.
(a) Be loved.
(d) Be void of desire.
5. A what point of a fight does Bruce Lee recommend the fighter stay loose but poised and use economical movements?
(a) After receiving a blow.
(b) Before initiation of an attack.
(c) Between punches.
(d) Before a fight begins.
6. What technique does Lee describe that requires three factors be understood, including the opponent lead to determine the open side of the opponent?
(b) Gauging distance.
7. What does Lee say involves observing the opponent's habits, virtues, and faults?
(a) Selecting tactics.
(b) A character study.
(c) Scientific observation.
(d) Preliminary analysis.
8. Which attacks does Lee describe that are started by the fighter to score by pace, fraud, or force?
9. What does Lee teach as a fast forceful backward movement that allows further retreat or stepping forward to attack?
(a) Milling on the retreat.
(c) The backward shuffle.
(d) The quick retreat.
10. How does Lee distinguish the parry from a block?
(a) He says the block using no force but the parry does.
(b) He says the parry requires more coordination and the block relies on the reflexes.
(c) He says the parry is a faster version of a block.
(d) He says the deflecting motion of the parry uses no force and causes the blow to slide off.
11. The _____ in the high line of engagement starts under the opponent's hand, and in the low line starts over the opponent's hand.
(a) Compound parry.
(b) Simple parry.
(c) Circular parry.
(d) Semicircular parry.
12. How many diseases does Lee propose as desires that are attachments?
13. What does Lee suggest has been within people that causes them to be distorted and thought to be lost?
(a) A fight or flight response.
(b) A misguided manipulation of things.
(c) A desire to win.
(d) A dominant ego.
14. What attack occurs in the same line as the original action when the opponent retreats without a parry?
(a) The delayed.
(b) The renewed.
(c) The original.
(d) The progressive indirect.
15. What follows with the fighter lunging?
(a) A real evasive thrust.
(b) A false thrust.
(c) A compound parry.
(d) A semicircular parries.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is a counterattack that follows a parry and is determined by the opponent's anticipated reactions?
2. The two parts in a feint are a _____ thrust and a _____ evasive thrust.
3. According to Lee, how should the movements of an opponent who is very fast and cannot be feinted, be countered?
4. What action does Lee say the feint lures the opponent into making?
5. Lee believes that footwork during fighting is preferable to _____.
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