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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What strategy does Lee use for avoiding a blow without moving the body out of range with straight leads and counters?
2. How does Lee distinguish the parry from a block?
(a) He says the parry is a faster version of a block.
(b) He says the deflecting motion of the parry uses no force and causes the blow to slide off.
(c) He says the block using no force but the parry does.
(d) He says the parry requires more coordination and the block relies on the reflexes.
3. What is a counterattack that follows a parry and is determined by the opponent's anticipated reactions?
(a) Immobilization attack.
(c) Renewed attack.
4. What is a balanced forward advance of the body through a series of short sliding steps forward?
(a) A lunge.
(b) The side shuffle.
(c) A feint.
(d) The forward shuffle.
5. What does Lee instruct fighters to use to coordinate closing and opening distances?
(b) Arm span.
(c) An estimation.
(d) Hands and feet.
6. How many diseases does Lee propose as desires that are attachments?
7. Lee teaches that in Jeet Kune Do, combat is a matter of _____.
(b) Following the rules.
8. What does Lee suggest results when there is no center and no circumference?
9. Lee claims that Jeet Kune Do is not just technique but is a matter of _____ and _____.
(d) Personal spirituality/Physique.
10. What does Lee say includes everything and excludes nothing?
(b) Decision making.
11. Who does Lee say that counterattacking is safer for?
(a) The fighter using it.
(b) The fighter receiving it.
(c) The fighter with more training.
(d) Neither fighter has an advantage.
12. What follows with the fighter lunging?
(a) A semicircular parries.
(b) A false thrust.
(c) A compound parry.
(d) A real evasive thrust.
13. What does Lee say will vary according to the opponent's skill and training?
(a) Body feel.
14. What does Lee compare a man's movement to without obstruction?
(a) A soaring bird.
(b) A flash of lightening.
(c) An old growth tree.
(d) A leaf blowing in the wind.
15. What does Lee call the space a fighter and his opponent have in relation to each other?
(a) Fighting measure.
(b) Following distance.
(c) Two parts of a whole.
(d) Personal space.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Lee claim is a denial of one's being?
2. Which attacks does Lee describe that are started by the fighter to score by pace, fraud, or force?
3. What action does Lee say the feint lures the opponent into making?
4. What does Lee recommend combining with a parry when fighting an opponent who is faster, taller, or has longer reach?
5. What move does Lee teach that shifts the weight and changes the feet while remaining balanced?
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